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Monday, May 20, 2013

Review and Giveaway~Grammarics




I'm excited.  I've been reviewing a great product!  All you homeschoolers, parents, grandparents, and teachers are going to love Grammarics!  Grammarics are pictorial representations of rules of English grammar, punctuation, and word usage.  Reading rules of grammar and punctuation has got to be one of the most boring tasks ever!  Learning through pictures sounds much more exciting!  


My son Chad (10), has dyslexia and is very easily distracted.  But he is a visual learner-therefore, Grammarics is perfect for him.  He and I looked through some of them, like the one above, and he was cracking up!  What do you want to bet he is going to remember- those funny cartoons, or a paragraph in a textbook?  

Here's another fun one for you: 
Now, I'm not perfect with my grammar but I do go a little crazy when people make some of the basic grammar mistakes.  This one above (You're vs. Your) is a prime example, along with their vs. there vs they're, etc. So I'm in love with this program!  

Here are some sample pages for you to check out yourself: 


Besides the e-book, Grammarics also has several posters. These would be great for classroom walls in school or at home.  Click here to preview the posters. 
If you are interested in the Grammarics e-book, it is only $9.99.  Posters are just $2.99 each, or a pack of ten posters for $19.99.  Of course, for more information go to www.grammarics.com.


GIVEAWAY!!!

I have FIVE copies of the Grammarics e-book to give away!!



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Disclosure: I received a sample of this product free through Business 2 Blogger in exchange for my honest review.

14 comments:

Amy said...

Pick me!

Anonymous said...

This looks like it would be helpful for a wide range of ages. Like you said, it would stick in the brain much easier than reading a paragraph on the boring rules of grammar. It would be handy to have a copy!

Ali said...

And apparently I don't know how to post with my name.

tina reynolds said...

commas seem to be my issue

kewkew said...

I have a really hard time with commas. I remember one paper I did in my college English class that I was so proud of, until I got a low grade because of my silly comma mistakes.

SummerSorbet said...

I have trouble with i before e sometimes.
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Chelsey said...

I have trouble with commas sometimes... My daughter struggles with your / you're. Thanks for the giveaway.

Audrey Griffis said...

i need help with teh m all thanks for a chance i think this sounds liek a great program

Robyn-coolestmommy R said...

I have a terrible time with comma placements.

Marissa M said...

Commas!!

Karla said...

Affect vs. Effect is a hard one for me. I actually have it posted on my wall at work to make sure I don't confuse them.

Amanda said...

im never sure when to use a semicolon

Sally Guillen said...

I'm with Amanda - when do you use a semicolon?

Donna said...

plural apostrophies ex parent's vs parents'