Comic Strip Grammar Makes Learning Grammar Fun!

To be honest I was not impressed with the book I had purchased to use for introducing the topic of grammar in our homeschool. The book was dull, dry, lifeless and tedious. If only I could find a book with the enthusiasim of “School House Rock.” Lo and behold after a search on Amazon.com I found just the book: Comic Strip Grammar by Dan Greenberg.
Comic Strip Grammar contains forty reproducible cartoons with engagin exercises which make learning grammar fun.
The book is divided into five parts: Parts of Speech, Sentences, Using Punctuation, Using Verbs, Special Topics and Reviews.
Each lesson contains a thematic cartoon, grammar workshop and engaging exercises so students can pratically apply what they have learned during the lesson.
After completing the book my child asked, “Can I do it again?”
Hmmm. Maybe Dan Greenberg should consider expanding and developing an entire grammar curriculum which is based on the “comic strip” theme? I think he is on to something here.
Kathy Alphs

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