Going On A Grammar Hunt
Get ready to review your grammar. If you can't remember what nouns, verbs, adjectives, or pronouns are there is always google. Read the Grammar Hunt directions and get ready to have some fun. Get your family involved to help you brainstorm. Good luck and have fun.

Today’s Activities

Grammar Hunt

Going On A Grammar Hunt

Here are some activities you can use today to improve your grammar skills.

  • Walk around your house and find 5 nouns. (person, place, thing).  Write them on a piece of paper.
  • List 5 verbs.  (action words)  write each verb on a piece of paper.
  • List 5 Pronouns. (he, she, we, they, us, him, etc.)  put on a piece of paper.
  • List 5 Adjectives. (describing words/describe nouns – small, big, juicy, round) list on a piece of paper.
  • Cut up each word and put all nouns in a pile, verbs in a different pile, adjective pile, and pronoun pile.
  • Pick one paper per pile and make a complete sentence using those words.  Add in any words to help your sentence be more interesting.

Noun Or Verb Alphabet Hunt:

Write each letter of the alphabet.  Try to find a noun for each letter and write it in.  You can do this for verbs also.


Use your words to explain your thinking to someone when you solve these math problems.

Leveled learning extension 1: Reinforce your math skills with these pages which offer more basic math problems! 

Worksheet 1

Worksheet 2 

Leveled learning extension 2: Tease your brain with this worksheet to target foundational math skills!

The Same or Different?

Watch this BrainPOP video to learn about antonyms, synonyms, and homonyms.

get moving

Complete these exercises to improve your strength and gross motor skills.


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