Grammar 1 Workbook 5 (in print letters)
by Christopher Jolly, Sue Lloyd, Sara Wernham · Jolly Learning
The Grammar 1 Workbooks contain grammar, spelling and punctuation topics ideal for children who have completed their first year of phonics.
These workbooks provide structured practice and support for children entering their second year of literacy learning after mastering basic reading and writing skills. Following the units covered in The Grammar 1 Handbook, Grammar 1 Workbooks 1-6 cover an academic year of fun activities that reflects KG teaching. Containing handy checklists for what children are learning in school, these workbooks enable children to be confident writers through independent practice. Ages 5+. Also available to purchase as a set of 1-6.
Grammar 1 Workbook 1
Reinforcing: 42 letter sounds and alternative vowel spellings from the phonics year.
Introducing: capital letters, initial consonant blends, sentence formation, proper nouns, common nouns & key rules for spelling.
Grammar 1 Workbook 2
Reinforcing: capital letters, initial consonant blends, sentence formation, proper nouns.
Introducing: alphabetical order, plurals, pronouns, short vowels, the use of ‘a’ and ‘an’ before nouns and key rules for spelling.
Grammar 1 Workbook 3
Reinforcing: alphabetical order, learning of short vowels, capital letters, proper nouns and initial consonant blends.
Introducing: verbs, conjugation, verb tenses and key rules for spelling.
Grammar 1 Workbook 4
Reinforcing: alphabetical order, short vowel sounds, nouns, adjectives, verbs and plurals.
Introducing: final consonant blends, compound words, and key rules for spelling.
Grammar 1 Workbook 5
Reinforcing: alphabetical order, adjectives, verbs, plurals, compound words, final consonant blends and the use of ‘a’ and ‘an’ before nouns.
Introducing: adverbs, antonyms and key rules for spelling.
Grammar 1 Workbook 6
Reinforcing: verb tenses, alphabetical order, plurals, adverbs, antonyms and final consonant blends.
Introducing: speech marks, word webs, questions, and key rules for spelling.