|The full view of the shelf unit. Grammar takes up five shelves with the very top shelf storing our extra grammar and language materials. This bookcase is to the left of our language shelves that I shared in a previous post.|
|This is the bottom shelf where we keep our version of the grammar farm. The farm is used by all the children whether for lessons or play. The farm is a fisher price set from when our eldest was a toddler. In the basket I can add or change out farm related objects and in the back I have brochure holders with our grammar words sorted into library pockets by parts of speech. I found the library pockets at the Dollar Tree a few years ago and have not come across them since.|
|This section is our word study work. In the drawers we keeping materials for rhyming, antonyms, synonyms, prefix work, suffix work and compound words. To the left in the business card and brochure holders are contraction work and on the top of the drawer are large cards with the months of the year on them for putting in order. To the left of the drawers is a small bin with days of the weeks cards. I really like this shelf because of the drawers and how it holds work for all of our children's ages from kindergarten to fifth grade.|
|This is the last shelf in our grammar area. On the right you can see our Word Family Wheel from Lakeshore (I don't think they sell this anymore, I didn't see it on their site). This is a fun game with a lot of different activities to work on word families for early reading and spelling for the older children. In the background you can see The Perfect Punctuation Pop-up Book we used last fall to learn all of the different types of punctuation. In front of that in the brochure holder are punctuation command cards. E ran through this set twice this school year in her journal and it was fun to see her progress. In the basket is more work that I have found on the internet like days of the week mats, months of the year mats or mats from Take it To Your Seat Phonics Center Book. The basket also contains file folder and other games we have printed relating to our work. Then you can see another binder with Word Study Funsheets and our dictionary.|
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