Here is Eaton doing some grammar work at 33 months
Introduction to the Parts of Speech
In this lesson I used Montessori For Everyone materials. I created a small book with all grammar parts of speech. Eaton likes to read about new materials, so creating books is something I do a lot.
After reading a small booklet with parts of speech it was time to test it with that simple matching activity.
We own all of the books from Parts-Of-Speech: Tales by Scholastic. I mentioned them few times in my previous post because they made huge difference for Eaton, who loves to read. These books are funny and pictures are very appealing to a toddler. Few activities are included at the end of each book. These books are very colorful and simple enough for early reader.
Next step is all about using phrases and matching grammar symbols to written words.
I have many cards ready for Eaton to use (Montessori For Everyone).
We started with the simplest one example: "a boy". We went through article, noun, adjective and verb cards so far. I think that because Eaton reads very well he intuitively knows what noun (or other parts of speech) is. He just needed to know how to name them.
We still work with these sentences. We do them about every second day.
I use Kathy Grove Grammar Curriculum. Very well done!
Have a great week everyone!