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Do you struggle with remembering all of the different parts of speech, let alone the difference between a metaphor and a simile? Make learning easier with The Ultimate Language Arts Cheat Sheets!
Use these language arts printables as a quick “cheat sheet!” Each sheet is designed as a compressed resource so you can quickly find the information you need, when you need it. Plus, each sheet is brightly colored and eye-catching without being too cluttered.
Table of Contents:
- Parts of Speech: Part 1
- Parts of Speech: Part 2
- The Four Types of Sentences
- Parts of Sentences: Part 1 (Basic)
- Parts of Sentences: Part 2 (Advanced)
- How to Diagram Sentences: Part 1
- How to Diagram Sentences: Part 2
- Figurative Language
- Common Homophones
- Which word should I use?condo
- Transitional Words
- Words to use instead of “very”
- Words to use instead of “said”
- Writing an Essay
What others are saying:
I love the way the pages are laid out with nice bright colors and clean lines. They are eye-catching without being cluttered, distracting, or cutesy. This is a great reference for upper elementary and middle school students that will grow with them thanks to the variety of templates. -Rebecca, Edventures at Home
I wish I had this cheat sheet when I was in school! Not only does Samantha clearly explain and define each part of speech, but she gives easy to follow examples. These truly are the Ultimate Language Arts Cheat Sheets! -Meeghan, Sight and Sound Reading
This is exactly what I have been looking for! I have been wanting a language arts resource that my kids can easily refer to when working on their grammar and writing, and Samantha’s cheat sheets totally fit the bill. I especially love the pages about diagramming sentences – a great visual. Now, I just hope Samantha will put together a resource with math cheat sheets! -Sarah, My Joy-Filled Life
I have printed them off, laminated them and am holding them together with a ring at the moment. My boys are loving having them when completing their Language Arts curriculum. -Stacey, A Moment in our World