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Grammar, Punctuation, Vocabulary and Synonym Resources

Prim-Ed's range of engaging and effective English teaching resources will make learning fun for pupils of all ages.

We have everything you need to help prepare pupils for the next stage of their English learning journey, from grammar and punctuation worksheets to vocabulary and synonym resources.

Grammar And Word Study Resources

Our grammar, punctuation, and vocabulary resources support the National Curriculum's language and literacy objectives, covering topics including:

  • Parts of speech (e.g., nouns, verbs, adverbs and adjectives).
  • Word classes (e.g., nouns, pronouns, prepositions, and conjunctions).
  • Punctuation rules (e.g. punctuation marks, apostrophes, and when to use an exclamation mark, question mark, full stop or comma).
  • Sentence structure, phrases, clauses and understanding and choosing the correct words to enhance meaning and avoid ambiguity.

Our vocabulary resources are suitable for children from Nursery and Reception age to Year 6/Primary 7. Browse our comprehensive range of grammar and punctuation worksheets below.


The Importance of Teaching Grammar

Teaching grammar is important for a number of reasons. Firstly, as pupils learn about the different parts of speech and how they work together, they develop an understanding of how language works. This helps them to be better communicators, both in writing and speaking.

Secondly, good grammar skills are essential for academic success. For example, in order to write well-constructed essays and reports, pupils need to be aware of the different parts of speech and how they can be combined.

Finally, learning about grammar helps to build vocabulary. As pupils learn about the different types of words and their functions, they expand their vocabulary and the correct usage when writing or speaking.


Grammar and Punctuation Resources for Every Classroom

At Prim-Ed Publishing, we know that it's essential to cater to the needs of every pupil in your class. That's why our range of English grammar and punctuation resources allows you to teach pupils with different learning styles at a pace that suits them.

We have a variety of resources available, including worksheets, box sets, pupil workbooks, lesson plans, posters, and games. Our grammar and punctuation resources are perfect for use in the classroom or at home.

Our ebooks and digital resources are budget-friendly and convenient solutions for teachers and parents. They can be easily downloaded to a computer or tablet device, allowing pupils to complete the activities at school or in their own time.

We also offer photocopiable resources, making it easy to provide resources for all your pupils, no matter how large the class.


Supporting Educators in Teaching English Grammar and Punctuation

Our experienced team of educators is passionate about providing quality resources that make learning enjoyable and effective. Our books, worksheets, and lesson plans are classroom-tested and align with the National Curriculum.

Assessment is an essential part of any teaching and learning process, and our resources include assessment tasks to help you track pupils' progress.

We are here to support you in your teaching journey, whether you're a school teacher or home educator, so please get in touch if you need any help or advice.


Frequently Asked Questions


Yes, English grammar is part of the National Curriculum. In fact, there are specific objectives that pupils are expected to achieve in every year group from Key Stage 1 upwards.

Children should be introduced to the principles of English grammar and punctuation rules from early childhood, as these help them develop an understanding of how language works. For example, children in Nursery or Reception will be able to understand that sentences consist of words. They can then learn about different word classes such as nouns, verbs, and adjectives.

There are several ways you can help your child improve their English grammar skills. Firstly, ensure that they read regularly, as this will help them develop a good understanding of how language works. Secondly, provide plenty of opportunities for writing practice. Encourage them to write different sentence structures and to make use of varied vocabulary.

A word bank is a collection of words, usually arranged in alphabetical order. It can be used to help improve vocabulary by presenting new words and their definitions. A good word bank should include both written and oral versions of each word, along with definitions and examples of how the word can be used.