Our 5 Best Apps for Great Grammar!

Achieve 'Grammar Greatness', with our top apps!

Achieving great grammar with your students can be a BIG challenge (whether they are native English speakers or not), but grammar is one for the most important aspects of the English language - both spoken and written.  

There are a number of first-rate apps that you can use with your class, to help them achieve grammar greatness. Here are our top 5 grammar apps to do just that with your students or kids: 

Grammar Fun 2nd Grade HD

( Android - £2.40 , iPad - £2.49 )

Grammar Fun 2nd Grade HD is an easy-to-use, interactive app that can help children learn and practise the basics of grammar. The app has over 200 drag and drop exercises, including coverage of verbs, nouns, adjectives, articles, pronouns and tenses. 

Grow Grammar

( iPad - £2.99 )

This is a super English Language app that helps children learn about the structure of sentences and how to construct and deconstruct them. There are many elements in the app that aid young people in becoming more proficient in their grammar knowledge and would sit as comfortably in the home for individual use as it would in the classroom for group or solo work.

Killer SAT Grammar

( iPad - Free )

Make sure that you have this app in your English grammar learning and practice arsenal because it covers extensively main grammar points of sentence structure and word order. This is one of those teaching tools that students will remember for life because it is engaging, thorough and the concepts are laid out in a very clear manner. 

Grammar App by Tap To Learn

( iPad - £0.99 )

This super grammar app has a number of activities, lessons and tests that can help children improve their understanding of English grammar and vocabulary.  It is an interactive book with 2 sections: learn and test, with over 1000 questions. The learn test consists of activities and tutorials to support understanding. The test section has 3 types of test: diagnostic, topic wise and proficiency, presented in a multiple-choice format. 

Grammaropolis uses the parts of speech as animated characters whose personalities are based on the roles they play in the sentence. From the shady pronoun always trying to take the noun’s place to the motherly conjunction who just wants everyone to get along, Grammaropolis achieves the seemingly impossible: making learning grammar fun!

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