The Great Grammar Book
Want to turn grammar into a game? Name the pictures to get a handle on nouns. Spin a wheel to see verbs in action. Flip some flaps and put a few adjectives to work, creating some silly characters in the process. And what do pronouns have to do with looking in a mirror — or prepositions with walking a dog through a pop-up park? There’s nothing fusty about learning the basics of grammar with this jam-packed fun house of a lesson book, republished with a colorful new cover.
It uses different types of fun ways to interact, like flaps, wheels to spin, pop-ups, and more! I found myself intrigued as I flipped through it and I know it will help my daughter learn grammar. The colors are bright and pop off the page. English classrooms should have one in each class or the teachers should let parents know this book exists. The information is presented in a way that would hold any kids attention, no matter how easily distracted they are.
Final Verdict: I would recommend this book to those kids ready to learn grammar and for parents who want a fun, engaging tool to help their children learn.