Using Coloring with Students
Coloring can be a relaxing activity for students. Even older students enjoy a periodic coloring break. What better way to help students practice the grammar concept of parts of speech than through coloring?
Color by Code Worksheets
I have a FREE set of Color by Code Worksheets. On the coloring sheets students color each part of speech a different color. The pages cover nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, and conjunctions.
Illustrated Vocabulary Sheets
I designed these to be accessible to English Language Learners. The coloring sheets are accompanied by illustrated vocabulary sheets. This way if a student does not know the meaning of one of the words used on a coloring sheet, they can reference a vocabulary sheet. The vocabulary sheets are also a great tool to use for writing.
You can get this FREE Parts of Speech Color by Code set in my Teachers Pay Teachers store. However if you sign up for my newsletter at the bottom of this post, I will send you this Freebie. It will have the ADDED BONUS of a black and white version of the vocabulary sheets.
Parts of Speech Color by Code Bundle
If you like this set and want more color by code and illustrated vocabulary sheets, I have sets for the entire school year in a money savings bundle.