Grammar and Punctuation Songs

Today we learnt a song about adjectives. You sing it to the tune of Row Row Row Your Boat. We all liked it, so decided to write our own songs about other types of grammar and punctuation. In small groups we wrote a song about capital letters, full stops, nouns and verbs. We hope you like them and that they help you to remember when and how to use them correctly.

 

NOUNS

Sung to the tune of ROW ROW ROW Your Boat.

By Grace, Ana, Kyle and Ben

Noun, Noun, Noun, Nouns

Person, place or thing

Proper nouns, abstract nouns common nouns can be.

 

Noun, Noun, Noun, Nouns

Person, place or thing

They can be very helpful for your writing.

 

 

Full Stops

Sung to the tune of Ba Ba Black Sheep.

By Greta, Sasha, Ben, Irmak and Erica

Full stops full stops,

Go at the ned of a sentence

When you need to take a breath

 

Full stops full stops help you very much!

Some in your writing, some in your letters and now they will make you better.

 

Full stops full stops

go at the end of a sentence when you need to take a breath.

 

The Capital Letter Song

Sung to the tune of Mary Had a Little Lamb

Written by Luca, Ferris, Justin, Adriana, Jared and  Zara

Capital letters at the start of a sentence, sentence, sentence.

Capital letters at the start of a sentence.

At the start of a person, place or thing.

Person, place or thing.

Person, place or thing

Capital letters are great, are great, are great

At the start of peoples names.

All over the world!

 

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