Identify parts of speech in a sentence context! Two game boards and three card sets make precise prescription possible: Set A (nouns, verbs), Set B (nouns, verbs, adjectives), or Set C (nouns, verbs, adjectives, pronouns). The spin determines how far to move and the color of the word to be classified. The winner is first with 15 points. Involve 4-6 players when both games are in play. Four masters help assess how well students recognize parts of speech.
Grades 2 and Up
Intended Use: Build competence in identifying parts of speech
Key Objectives: (State, National & Common Core Standards)
• Identify nouns, verbs, adjectives, and pronouns
• Provide a foundation for using correct grammar in writing and speaking
• Two boards and three card sets open play to six persons at the same time.
• Offers several levels of play, from nouns and verbs to four parts of speech
• Four masters help assess how well students recognize parts of speech.
• Understanding parts of speech promotes correct grammar.
• The sentence format provides helpful context clues.
• Playful way to practice recognizing the parts of speech
• Supports state and national English language arts standards
Players earn points identifying the word that matches the spinner color. The winner is the first player with 15 or more points at the end of a round.
Noun/Verb Board Noun/Verb/Adjective Board 3 Set of Cards (20 each) Instructions
1-Point and 5-Point Chips 4 Assessment Masters
Dimensions: 12.5 x 6.25 x 1.25" Weight: 2.3 lbs
Material Code 1310
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