English key stage 2 games
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English key stage 2 games can help children at home or at school with key areas of literacy in the National Curriculum. Punctuation, sentence structure, spelling, creative writing, reading and speaking and listening are all areas of literacy for primary level that can be covered in English key stage 2 games. A key area of literacy at key stage 2 is grammar. By the age of seven and eight children have developed a good knowledge of basic reading and writing and can learn more about grammar using English key stage 2 games.
Grammar is often viewed as a dull subject but topics like homonyms, words that sound the same but are spelt differently, collective nouns, words for a group of things, antonyms, words of opposite meaning and synonyms, words of a similar meaning are all quite interesting for children. Through using games or worksheets they can learn about a swarm of bees, or a pride of lions. In creative writing and stories they can use interesting synonyms such as ‘the dark, gloomy sky’, idioms, such as ‘he let the cat out of the bag’ and proverbs, such as ‘too many cooks spoil the broth’. English key stage 2 games can be found that cover all these areas of grammar. They may be helpful for parents to teach their children at home, for teachers of English as a foreign language or for teachers of children at key stage 2 level in school. English key stage 2 games bring fun to improving literacy and English skills at key stage 2.
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