Sunday, November 6, 2011

Make Grammar Fun with Grammar Ninja

Are students bored by grammar worksheets and parts of speech review?  Try Grammar Ninja, which is a fun computer game for students to review skills.  Students play the game by identifying parts of speech:  nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, articles, etc.  They make their selections by throwing a "ninja star," accompanied by Asian-styled background music and sound effects.

There are three difficulty levels for the sentences, so students can challenge themselves based on their ability.  They also get a few chances to select the correct answers.

If you're comfortable with a bit of coding, there is even a way to enter your own sentences in the game!  I really like Grammar Ninja and I think it's perfect for a computer station.

photo: microsoft


  1. I really enjoyed games like this when I was younger. As a visual learner, it was easier for me to grasp concepts by playing these games. I would have loved this one as a child.