App review by Amanda Bindel, Common Sense Media
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age 8+

Parts of speech come to life with fun songs and characters.

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age 8+

Cute Approach to Grammar Skills

I liked this website, although it is a little babyish for older kids. There are 8 parts of speech so it is content appropriate for older kids (conjunctions, pronouns, and interjections are included). Each part of speech has a basic overview, an introductory video and then smaller lessons about each type of the part of speech. For examples; nouns, concrete nouns, abstract nouns, proper nouns. There is a quiz for each part of the trail the kids have to follow. If they take it seriously, they get a good overview and practice with each part of speech. Some of my lowest level ELLS scored consistently over 90%. There are also extra credit quizzes and the kids can print out a certificate for each part of speech mastered. The layout and dashboard are easy for kids to navigate.

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