Remember your primary school grammar? I didn’t really. For instance, I had totally forgotten what a Subject Verb Agreement or Compound Subject is. They sounded like legal terms to me.
So I decided to do a series on Must-Know Primary School Grammar Rules in 2016.
I dug up some old textbooks and did some revision. With the help of my husband, we also did up a few cute monsters in the form of LearnMons to illustrate some grammar rules to our P1 daughter.
We then shared the series of 14 Must-Know Rules with our followers at LearnSuperMart. It was one of our most well-received series as we saw nearly 5,000 engagements (Likes, Comments, Shares or Clicks) from a cumulative reach of over 50,000.
If you’ve missed this series, you can find the first Rule here. From there, you can find the rest of the articles in the series.
Must-Know Primary School Grammar Rules is the 9th of the Top 16 Learning Resource in 2016. I recommend you to read and archive.
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