Tuesday, February 14, 2012

"English" A Silly Song!

for our English teacher followers, and the like . . .

Nouns name things.
Adjectives describe them.
Verbs act up.
Adverbs circumscribe them.


Construct a sturdy sentence
From your toolbox of good grammar.
The rule for if it wobbles?
Smartly smash it with a hammer!

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Jeanette W. Stickel said...

I'm not an English teacher but I'm a speech/language therapist and I could certainly use the Silly Song with my students. Now, if only I could hear the tune.

Heather Villa said...

Here's another grammar poem -

Pronouns replace nouns.
Prepositions connect them to another word. Conjunctions unite verbiage and subjects sum up understanding.

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