Grammar Fun has activities for nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs. You can concentrate on one, two, three, or use all four categories of words. You are given a sentence and must identify the parts of speech.
The sentences are not read aloud. The free version is somewhat limited. I would say the grade level would be third and up. For some reason declarative sentences do not have punctuation at the end.
Grammar Wonderland Primary
Grammar Wonderland Primary tracks how each student performs. The activities are with nouns, verbs, and adjectives. There are three practice levels: easy, medium, and hard with multiple games for each level. You are given a sentence with a missing word. Words are available on cookies which you fling into the parrot’s mouth. The sentences are read aloud and the music can be turned off. Finally there is a game where you navigate around obstacles, choosing the correct word described by function. This is intended for K-2.
Grammar Wonderland Elementary is very much like its primary partner. It has a desert theme and anwers are chosen by tossing a water jug into the pack on a camel’s back. Practice skills include nouns, verbs, and adjectives in four levels: easy, medium, hard, and expert. An example of expert is “Demonstrative Adjectives and Pronouns.”
There is a game at the end where you fly a plane through correct answers, avoiding obstacles and flying through boosts. This is intended for grades 3-5.
Grammar Jammers Primary Edition is a collection of engaging, animated songs about adjectives, contractions, nounds, pronouns, punctuation, sentences, and verbs each followed by three practice exercises. It might be best used connected to the interactive white board, enjoyed by the whole class the first time. The same kids who continually check out the music books from the library would enjoy learning these songs to help remember these grammar concepts.