Grammaropolis' Song, Video and Characters Engage Kids in Learning Grammar

Two cartoon characters consider "Antecedents before the pronoun"
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Animated parts-of-speech app enlivens grammar lessons

Pros: There's a good deal of quality and depth in the information on each part of speech and concept.

Cons: Isolated grammar instruction doesn't always transfer into writing.

Bottom Line: It's a cute concept that makes sense out of sometimes hard-to-understand grammar concepts.

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