This print and digital Grammar Game for Google Classroom™ (and other learning platforms) will help give your students practice correctly identifying frequently confused words using a fun game format. Some of the tricky words include their. there, and they’re, to, too, and two, than, and then, were and where, and more! The game works well as a language center, for whole class reinforcement, for test prep, for one on one, and more!
This resource includes:
Digital Task Cards in Google Forms™ in 4 smaller sets for easy assigning
32 Frequently Confused Words Task Cards
Editable Game Directions
Teacher Notes for Digital with LINKS
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It’s also included in a discounted Grammar Games Bundle Set 2, with a total of 10 games: Grammar Games Set 2
Here are the other Grammar Games included in the 30 Grammar Games Bundle for 4th Grade:
Parts of Speech Review
Progressive Verb Tenses
Complete Sentences, Fragments, and Run-Ons
Frequently Confused Words – To, Too, and Two
Frequently Confused Words – There, Their, and They’re
Commas and Quotations
Commas Before Coordinating Conjunctions
Choose Words Precisely – Shades of Meaning
Choose Punctuation for Effect
Multiple Meaning Words
Formal and Informal English
Latin and Greek Roots
Idioms, Adages, and Proverbs
4th Grade Grammar Review
Want to try a FREE Grammar Game? This FREE To, Too, and Two Game has 32 task cards and a Bump game format your students will enjoy!!!
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This 4th Grade Morning Work includes all standards for language, reading, and math. Plus it has science and social studies. All standards spiral throughout the year!
Morning Work for 4th Grade
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20 Reading Games Bundle Fiction and Nonfiction for 4th/5th Grades
Math Task Cards Mega Bundle for 4th Grade (30 Task Card Sets)
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