Grammar Explained

From LGfL - The National Grid for Learning

Resource type: Lesson plans and teaching aids

Price band: Free

Key stage: KS1, KS2

Region(s): All of UK

Grammar Explained is an online resource designed to support primary pupils in their understanding of grammar and punctuation, and to help parents support their child’s learning outside the classroom.

Grammar Explained is closely mapped to the National Curriculum and consists of 80 short videos, organised by year group. Each video identifies and explains a specific term of grammar or punctuation and describes ways to practise using it in everyday situations.

Cost: Free.

About LGfL – The National Grid for Learning: LGfL – The National Grid for Learning is a not-for-profit charitable trust that provides broadband and managed network services to schools, as well as a range of learning resources and training. LGfL – The National Grid for Learning was the winner of the Education Resources Award: Supplier of the Year – Not-for-profit in both 2020 and 2021.

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  • Grammar Explained allows schools and parents to work together to support children’s learning in a key area of the literacy curriculum.

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