- Mr. Cottom, Grammar Boot Camp Instructor
A helpful online resource for learning vocabulary prefixes, suffixes, and roots.
Word Search for Prefixes
A fun way to practice recognizing prefixes.
Matching - Prefix Skills
A fun way to practice learning prefix meanings.
Matching - Roots and Prefixes
A fun way to practice learning the meanings of roots and prefixes.
Flashcards - Prefix Skills
A fun way to practice flashcards online. *Note this activity uses common prefixes and may not include prefixes included on a specific quiz or test.
Rooting out Words
A fun way to practice recognizing word roots!
Learn new vocabulary while surfing the net on this "Word Safari."
A fun way to practice the plural forms of words. *A part of Grammar Boot Camp.
Homographs are words with more than one definition. Guess which homograph is being described in this fun game.
A fun way to practice your knowledge of spelling.
A fun way to practice identification of idioms.
This online help file has a wonderful collection of useful grammar, punctuation, capitalization, letter writing examples, and MUCH more. A great resource to help check your work when you are unsure or "something doesn't sound right."
A fun way to practice the use and identification of grammar. *A part of Grammar Boot Camp.
A fun electronic resource for students to review and practice grammar.*A part of Grammar Boot Camp.
Matching - Parts of Speech
A fun way to learn, practice and review the parts of speech and what their function is in a sentence.
Rags to Riches
A fun way to practice identification of independent simple subject and predicate. *A part of Grammar Boot Camp.
'ten HUT! - English Irregular Verbs
A fun way to practice learning the past tense of irregular English verbs. *A part of Grammar Boot Camp.
A fun way to practice identifying the different types of sentences.
A fun way to learn to identify the difference between complete sentences and run-on sentences.*A part of Grammar Boot Camp.
Test your skills in this online QUIZ on parallel construction.
Who let the dogs out? Woof, woof.