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Grammar games for families

grammar games for families

Emily Guille-Marrett - and her family - share games to explore grammar at home.

support your child with grammar at home

Grammar games: Phrases & clauses

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support your child with grammar at home

Grammar games:
Sentences

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Grammar games:
Common and proper nouns

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Grammar games:
Concrete and abstract nouns

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Grammar games:
Countable and non-countable nouns

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Animations: What are... ?

What are nouns?
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James Clements introduces nouns.

animation about sentences, clauses and phrases

What are phrases and clauses? Animation

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James Clements introduces sentences, phrases and clauses.

animation about types of sentence

What are sentences?
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James Clements introduces different sentence types, including statements, questions and commands.



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Meet our experts

James Clements

James Clements

James Clements worked as
a teacher and deputy head
at a primary school in West
London for ten years.
He now is now an education adviser and writer, and parent to two rather wild-haired children.
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Emily Guille-Marrett

Emily Guille-Marrett

Emily Guille-Marrett worked as a children’s educational publisher before starting her own business. She now runs Reading Fairy – classes and events focussed on ensuring children love the magic of reading from birth. She has two sons Arlo and Albie.
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