Grammar games for kids in key stage 2
Getting kids to practice essential grammar rules can be difficult. However, with these grammar games for kids, they can practice important literacy skills and have fun at the same time!
Online Grammar Games for Kids
Escape the forbidden chamber! In this grammar game for kids, your children will have to identify which type of nouns and adjectives certain words are. There is also a version of trapped to help them practice their spelling.
It’s good to be able to identify different types of words. It’s also important to be able to include them in sentences. In this game, your kids will improve the story by choosing the best verb or adverb.
Grammar games for kids in years 5 and 6 should focus on word building. In this game, your kids will have to use the machine and and add a prefix or suffix to an existing word to build a new word, which is part of Standard English.
Grammar Apps for Kids
Grammar games for kids are also available on smartphones and tablets. Here are some good examples.
This is a great grammar app, which gets kids to be creative. It gets kids aged 9 – 11 to practice their knowledge of nouns, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions and conjunctions, as they make funny sentences and stories. Shake-a-phrase is available to download on iTunes and on Google play.
Mind over monster
In this grammar app, kids have to bash monsters back into their box. Kids will have to use their knowledge of punctuation, grammar and spelling as their weapon! As kids progress through levels and get points, they’ll be able to buy things like cannons, making the game even more fun. Mind over monster is available on iTunes.
Kids will love making their own silly Mad-Libs by choosing nouns, verbs, adverbs and adjectives. The wonsters will bring your kids’ stories to life in cute animations! It’s a great way to keep kids entertained and practicing their English. Wonster tales is available on Google Play.