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PDF (11+) Top 30 Grammar Mistakes: A Do-It-Yourself Homeschooling Handbook

PDF (11+) Top 30 Grammar Mistakes: A Do-It-Yourself Homeschooling Handbook

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Master the Top 30 Grammar Mistakes!

Learn fun and interesting ways to learn and remember the 30 grammar rules that are misused the most. Once you learn them you can create your own clever ways to learn grammar rules.


Sometimes making an illustration, writing silly sentences, or a story will help you remember the rule or which word to use. Do you know when to use LOOSE or LOSE, AFFECT or EFFECT? Do you when to add an apostrophe to a singular noun? Learning them won't be boring when using the Thinking Tree's Top 30 Grammar Mistakes.


Here is a list of common grammar mistakes that this book will help you to understand:

Affect or Effect

All Ready or Already

A Lot, Alot, or Allot

By, Buy, Bye

What do I Capitalize?

When Do I Use A Comma?

Compliment or Complement

Dangling Modifier

Fewer or Less

I or Me

Into or In To

It's or Its

Knew or New

Lay or Lie

Writing An Informal Letter

Writing A Formal Letter

Addressing An Envelope

Loose or Lose

Mr. Miss. Mrs. Ms.

Apostrophes to Singular Nouns

Apostrophes to Possessive, Hyphenated, or Compound Nouns

Number or Numerals

Peek, Peak, Pique

Principle or Principal

Run-on Sentences

Than or Then

There, Their, or They're

To, Too, Two

Verbs in Passive Voice

Were, We're, Where

Who or Whom

You're or Your

This activity book is perfect for all ages! Overcome your grammar mistakes and become a more confident writer!


Also included are copywork pages so you don't have to have a separate binder for it. It's all in one place. 


By The Makers of Dyslexia Games Therapy & Thinking Tree Books!

By Linda Beltran, Tolik Trishkin & Sarah Janisse Brown

Watch this video to learn more and see inside.


You may also enjoy Are You a Math Genius? The Inventor's Book of Calculation Games and Core Journal - Writer's Fun-Schooling Journal.


Thinking Tree Learning Levels:

A1 = Pre Reader (Pre-K) ages 2-5

A2 = Beginning Readers (K-1st) ages 6-7

B1 = Early Elementary (2nd-3rd) ages 8-9

B2 = Upper Elementary (4th-6th) ages 10-11

C1 = Junior High (7th-8th) ages 12-14

C2 = High school + (9th-adult) ages 13+


Many Thinking Tree Journals span a wide variety of ages because the students use books at his/her reading level. For example, some journals may say for ages 7-17 because you customize it and meet the student where he’s at.


Reproducible for Family Use Only.


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