Punctuation
Spelling easily confused words
Parts of speech
Capitals
Adjectives

100

What punctuation is used at the end of a declarative sentence
A period

100

Spell the number word for the numeral 40.
Forty

100

Which part of speech is a person, place, idea, or thing?
noun

100

What word(s) should be capitalized? candy, mrs. person, tree
Mrs. Person

100

What is the adjective in this sentence? The frog is green.
green

200

In the following sentence what punctuation is needed? Juan said that the bus was late
Period

200

Spell the word that means also and rhymes with flew. It can fit in the blank of the following sentence: His little brother wanted to go (blank).
too

200

in, at, to, under, around - examples of
Prepositions

200

What word(s) should be capitalized? house, fish, nashville
Nashville

200

What is the adjective in this sentence? Look! A huge dinosaur!
Huge

300

What punctuation is used at the end of an interrogative sentence?
A question mark.

300

Spell the day that comes before Thursday
Wednesday

300

jump, fishes, is, was, - examples of
verbs

300

What word(s) should be capitalized? sponge bob, bath tub, girl
Sponge Bob

300

What is the adjective in this sentence? My dog is so fluffy.
Fluffy

400

What punctuation is used to separate words in a series?
A comma

400

Spell the word that means a place and rhymes with bear. It can fit in the blank of the following sentence: (blank) is where we will meet.
There

400

Happy, ugly, rich, brown, - examples of
adjectives

400

What word(s) should be capitalized? my birthday is in january
My, January

400

What is the adjective in this sentence? I saw a long, black limo yesterday.
long, black

500

What punctuation marks separate two independent clauses and take the pace of the word "and"?
A semi colon (;)

500

Spell the word that rhymes with bear and is used to show possession. It can fit in the blank of the following sentence: We needed (blank) time to help us after the hurricane.
their

500

quietly, well, then, near
adverbs

500

What word(s) should be capitalized? toni, henry, and jen like to go to pizza hut.
Toni, Henry, Jen, Pizza Hut

500

What is the adjective in this sentence? The cake smells delicious!
delicious