David Crystal's posters explore how grammar works in context, posing child-friendly questions like What is grammar for?
Covering the foundations of grammar at KS1 and KS2, the posters investigate How to build a simple sentence and Why we use sentences, as well as covering the grammatical bases of nouns, verbs, adjectives, pronouns and conjunctions.
Slightly smaller than our usual poster size, they are a perfect jumping-off point for a daily or weekly grammar focus, for target group displays, or as a stimulus for a whole class discussion.
£19.99 for Teachit Primary subscribers and key contributors
£24.99 for free members and non-members
Who better than David Crystal, the acclaimed English linguist, to write our newest set of grammar posters?
A prolific writer, lecturer, broadcaster and editor, David Crystal OBE has had a long and illustrious academic career, and is now Honorary Professor of Linguistics at the University of Wales, Bangor. He has written over 100 books on grammar and linguistics, the history of English, Shakespeare and spelling, and is actively involved in the current debate about how grammar is taught in schools.
David Crystal's posters will help your children to develop their grammatical understanding and learn how to explore grammar in context. With ten child-focused posters to choose from, beautifully illustrated and based on a friendly puppy theme, your class will find the clear, simple text both appealing and accessible.
'The grammar road is long and winding, and it's important to travel along it slowly, step by step, otherwise you can easily get lost.
For these ten posters I've chosen some of the basic notions that provide the foundation for any study of grammar, and begin with a signpost explaining why you need to make the journey at all.'
Please note we also offer a secondary version of these posters.
|Teachit Primary subscribers and key contributors||Non-members and free members|
|£19.99 for 10 posters||£24.99 for 10 posters|
|+ £4.95 p&p ( UK delivery)||+ £4.95 p&p ( UK delivery)|