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Includes levels 1-8, roughly corresponding to grade levels. Each level contains approximately 108 lessons and assumes the grammar course is being taught three times per week during a 36-week school year. Sentence diagramming is taught beginning with Level 3. Each lesson contains a teaching portion and student exercises, and each section concludes with a review session. The lessons are straight forward with easy to understand text and layout, yet are comprehensive. The lessons are kid friendly and do not require a lot of teacher interaction. They are very affordable.

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  1. Growing With Grammar Review by Sara
    Pros: affordable, thorough, independent
    Cons: not terribly "fun" but that's not that big of a deal

    Grades Used: 1-4

    These books are incredibly affordable. They are also very thorough. For older kids, it can be done entirely independently which is great when you have multiple children. There is a lot of sentence diagramming which I don’t think is that terribly useful, so we simply skip those parts. There is a lot of repetition, which is great for a struggling learner, and can simply be skipped for a kid who just “gets” grammar. My daughters are excellent grammar students and they are progressing through their books rather quickly because we just skip things that have already been taught. If they can pass the test, then I let them move on. My son who struggles with grammar seems to benefit from all of the repetition. He is finally “getting” some things I never thought he would. Also, for the easily distracted child, it is great because the pages are all black and white without a lot of pictures. This seems to help them stay “on track” but makes is a little less fun, I suppose. Although, that’s not really a huge problem because the lessons don’t really take that much time. Overall, I would recommend this to give kids a good, solid, grammar foundation.

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