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Learning grammar is essential to any language mastery, yet it is not an easy subject to learn or teach. We have collected the best grammar learning tools for kids we have seen and hope they can help making the learning experience a little easier and a little more fun for the kids.

This is part of our Best Learning Tools for Kids on iPad series. For the whole list of the series, please visit Must Have Free Learning Tools for Kids on iPad and Other Tablets

Best Grammar Learning Tools for Kids on iPad and Other Tablets

Best Grammar Learning Tools for Kids, making grammar teaching or learning fun and engaging. Great resource for grammar activities, games, lesson ideas for English language learning at school or homeschool.
Smashing Grammar: A fun grammar game app for kids in elementary school, including games for noun, verb, tense, plural, spelling, and more. The game gets more difficult as kids progress on the game levels.

Rainbow Sentence: designed to help kids to construct grammatically correct sentences by using color coded visual cues. The who, what, where, and why parts of sentences are color coded to help kids recognize and understand how combinations of these parts create basic sentence structure.

NoRedInk is a grammar teaching and practicing site for kids from grade 1 to 12. Teachers and parents can sign up a free account and set up classrooms to add students, then add assignments for each student based on their level. There are premium features for school districts, but for individuals the free account is pretty comprehensive.

Grammar Wonderland: learn about Nouns, Verbs, or Adjective through fun games.

Grammar Games: kids learn grammars through games. The effort has put in to make the learning as intuitive as possible.

Vocabulary and Grammar: designed for preschoolers. Kids learn vocabulary and put words in the correct order based on the grammars.

Preposition Builder: help kids learn the correct use of preposition and how preposition can change the meaning of the sentences.

Tense Builder: kids learn to identify and use correct tense forms through videos showing events happened in the past, are happening now, or will happen in the future.

Road to Grammar: not an app, but a website that functions well on smart phones and tablets, including iphone, iPod and iPad. Kids practice many grammar subjects and I like the comparison exercises they have: Adjectives and prepositions, Adjective or Noun, Adjectives with –ed and ing, am is or are.

iLiveGrammar series: combines grammar and science in one app. There are 3 apps in the series: Botany, Autumn, Winter. The grammar lessons are based on science topics. Besides the themed science, kids learn grammars, like Nouns and Verbs; Adjectives and Adverbs; Article, Noun, Conjunctions, and Prepositions.

Grammar Up: a grammar practice app of multiple choice quizzes. It is great for middle school and high school kids to prepare for tests.

Interactive Grammar of English: a comprehensive introductory course in English grammar, it covers the most basic elements to the most complex constructions. It is a great resource for middle school or high school, even college students.

This is part of our Best Learning Tools for Kids on iPad series. For complete list of best learning tools for Kids on iPad and links to all posts, please visit: Must-Have Free Learning Tools for Kids on iPad and Other Tablets. In the series, we have best learning tools for the following subjects:
Math Concepts ; Counting ; Telling Time ; Periodic Table ;
Phonics ; Sight Words; Spelling ; Vocabulary ; Grammar ;
Handwriting ; Drawing ; Storytelling ; Creative Writing ;
Computer Coding ; Second Language ; Critical Thinking & Problem Solving ;
Emotion Recognition and Articulation ;
must have free learning tools for kids on iPad and other tablets

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  • Shecki

    Wow, great list! We’ve been enjoying the Fix It Grammar series from IEW, but I’ll have to pin this for later to check out the apps once my iPad is fixed.

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