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Grammar Worksheets

Noun Types and Capitalization Lesson – This is an animated PowerPoint slideshow to help teach you or your students how to distinguish noun types, common and proper nouns, and capitalization rules.
Noun Types and Capitalization Lesson PowerPoint

Common and Proper Nouns and Capitalization Worksheet – In this worksheet students determine which items should be capitalized in sentence with all lowercase letters, and then they explain why these items should be capitalized. Also, the practice converting common nouns to proper nouns.
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Capitalization Practice Worksheet: Circle the capitalization errors and add end marks to the sentences. Rewrite the following sentences, correct capitalization errors and add end marks.
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Contractions Worksheet – Students locate the words to join and then form the appropriate contraction.
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Contractions Worksheet 2 – Students comb through twenty sentences looking for words that could be contracted.  Also, students practicing using contractions in complete sentences.
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Homonyms and Homographs Worksheet 1 – In this activity, students will consider words with dual meanings.  They will practice using homonyms and homographs in original sentences.
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Homonyms and Homographs Worksheet 2 – More practice identifying and using homonyms and homophones. This is a great review activity.
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Homophone Comic Strip: Create a comic strip where you correctly use ten homophones. Underline the homophones.
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Homophone Worksheet: Students write down the definitions of commonly confused homophones.
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Make a Homophone Worksheet Project – Your turn! Create a nice looking work sheet with ten problems testing homonym knowledge. Students should receive a master list of easy homophones to assist them.
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Subjects and Predicates – Determine whether the sentence is missing a subject or predicate. Fill in the missing subject or predicate. Draw lines separating the subject and the predicate.
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Subjects, Predicates, and Objects – Underline the subject, circle the predicates, and double underline the objects. You may want to download the RTF file and CTRL + F find and replace your name with mine if you intend on using this worksheet.
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Compound Subjects and Predicates – Underline the subjects, circle the predicates, determine whether the sentence has a compound subject, compound predicate or both.
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Was and Were Worksheet – Students circle whether “was” or “were” should be used in a variety of sentences and then circle why the form they chose was correct.
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Clauses and Phrases Worksheets – Features the exciting theme of leprechauns. Circle the predicates, underline the subject, double underline the phrases.
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52 Comments

  1. Kara

     /  March 16, 2017

    I love these!!! They’re helpful for all of my students no matter their level. What I have had trouble finding anywhere is a quiz on adjectives and adverbs that compare. I made my own of course, but just for thought, they are hard to come by even as worksheets!! 🙂 Thanks for all you do.

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  2. Don

     /  January 24, 2017

    Mr. Morton,

    I teach remedial grammar at a local university. I find that your work supports me in my instructional process to reach these students who may have not been “tuned in” during high school.

    Thanks for the work you do and allowing us access to this—you are always referenced!

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  3. De Shawn A.

     /  August 27, 2016

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  4. Olive

     /  October 22, 2015

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    • I’m so happy to hear it. I have been working for months on new grammar resources. I hope to add them to the site around Christmas break. You may appreciate the updates. Thank you for visiting and come back again.

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     /  July 6, 2015

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     /  February 19, 2015

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     /  January 6, 2015

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     /  January 6, 2015

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  9. JOHN MWESIGYE

     /  November 18, 2014

    Am grateful, your worksheets help me in remedial work.

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  10. Janice LeBlanc

     /  November 9, 2014

    I have been searching to find worksheets that target the specific skills on common core and eureka! you have shared excellent examples teachers can use to keep practicing past initial presentation. Thanks.

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  11. Jason

     /  August 5, 2014

    Thank you for these excellent worksheets. They have assisted with remedial activities. Thank you!

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  12. Vivian JOhnson

     /  May 18, 2014

    Thank you so much! I enjoy looking at your website and being able to choose various lessons needed. Keep up the good work.

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  13. Christa Mohamed

     /  April 16, 2014

    Hi Mr. Morton
    Great worksheets but do you think you could put more lessons and answer sheets. If possible would you email me to talk.

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  14. Krishna

     /  January 12, 2014

    This is great site and I wish there were more topics covered from grammar area. It has been a great help to me especially when I need the worksheet for subs or myself at times of urgency or hurry. Love this site and its materials. They perfectly match my ESL students’ abilities. Thanks.

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  15. Mark

     /  January 10, 2014

    Kudos. I’m sharing this with all my fellow homeschooling parents. I’d like to suggest a zip file holding the whole package for easy download. I haven’t found anything that isn’t very useful, especially the ppts, nicely done. Having the stories separate from the instruction (mostly) lets me exchange them for some tailored to my kids’ ages.

    thanks again.

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  16. i got a c on my report card how can i improve

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    • I suspect that you need to pay closer attention to your instructor, ask questions when you do not understand the material, and complete all of your assignments.

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  17. what a laugh cannot open any of the english worksheets

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  18. weaam

     /  January 5, 2013

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  19. sjertyu

     /  January 4, 2013

    Super awesome worksheets

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  20. susan

     /  December 5, 2012

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  21. Grace

     /  November 19, 2012

    very good information, thank you!

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  22. Dayle Biba

     /  November 11, 2012

    I love this website. I have been able to use almost all of your work to help my child with his homework. THANKS SO MUCH!

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  23. Kelly

     /  November 7, 2012

    THANK YOU!!! I am currently 38 and am trying to learn Korean as a second language. Sadly, my last English grammar class was when I was 8, and thusly I am struggling to learn. Your site has provided me with great supplemental learning and practice.

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  24. THANK YOU for doing this website! You are truly an unselfish person who is helping so many other teachers. Hats off to you!!!!! If you every offer a workshop, I want to attend!

    P.S. Answer Keys are great to have

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  25. ruth yap

     /  June 17, 2012

    I wonder if your worksheets have answer keys sorry if this question is lame. I just want to be certain with my answers and explanations to my daughter. Thanks !

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    • I understand, and it’s certainly not lame. I’d like to get some up in this section during the next week or so.

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  26. alee

     /  April 26, 2012

    Wonderful website! Thanks so much, it’s very helpful!

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  27. Ms Wafa

     /  March 18, 2012

    WOOOOW Thank you for the good worksheets, to the extend that i have put these worksheets in my students term exam. I didn’t have the time to thank you, but here i am doing so now.

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    • I’ve got a bunch of new worksheets to add to this section that I’ve been using this year. I hope to post them this weekend.

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  28. Tamora Reed

     /  February 29, 2012

    I am moved to tears because of this website. The study sheets are amazing! My son is in the 6th grade and has never understand the parts of speach, or grammar period. These worksheets and study guides have been an instrument in helping him this year. Thank you sooooo much! *tear* : )

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  29. Stephanie

     /  February 29, 2012

    These are PERFECT! THANK YOU SO Much!!!! Must have taken forever to create these.

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  30. Arseni

     /  February 10, 2012

    Great website and very helpful worksheets. You made today’s lesson prep much easier! Thanks! 🙂

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  31. vk mitchell

     /  January 11, 2012

    This was a wonderful site. Thank you so much for providing these activities for the students to sharpen their skills.

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    • It’s my pleasure. I’m going to add to the language arts section of this website during the spring. Thanks for visiting.

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  32. Dedria Payne

     /  November 15, 2011

    Great Information!

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  33. reem

     /  August 21, 2011

    great worksheet

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  34. Kate

     /  April 29, 2011

    Thank you for sharing! Great worksheets!

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