How does Ten Days to A+ Grammar help you and your students? Each module is a complete lesson plan on elements of English grammar. Detailed set-by-step instructions are included for each lesson to save you valuable planning time. The program easily fits into your existing curriculum and its examples and exercises will help you teach and reinforce new and challenging grammar rules.

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Subject/Verb and Pronoun/Antecedent Agreement

Improve your students' subject/verb and pronoun/antecedent agreement skills with two full weeks' worth of reproducible assignments. Fits easily into your existing curriculum or can be used as a standalone lesson for remediation.

Fragments and Run-ons

This lesson plan comes with 10 days' worth of exercises on eliminating fragments and run-on sentences. Easy-to-understand examples help your students understand these grammar rules and concepts.

Commas and Apostrophes

Many students have trouble with the proper placement of commas and apostrophes. Help them out with this tour-de-force power course jam-packed with exercises that will give them the practice they need. Detailed step-by-step instructions for each lesson save you valuable planning time.

Modifiers and Pronouns

Do your students keep misplacing modifiers and misusing pronouns? This is the two-week cure you need. It's a complete 10-day lesson plan that's sure to improve your students' performance. Need it today? Like the other modules in the Ten Days to A+ Grammar​ series, Modifiers and Pronouns is available as a download (in PDF format). Fast and easy.


After completing this two-week course, your students will understand the difference between active and passive voice, stop using incorrect verb tense shifts, use the correct forms of verbs (even those pesky irregular ones) . . . basically, they'll be verb virtuosos. Like all the ​Ten Days to A+ Grammar​ modules​, ​Verbs​ is aligned with the Common Core State Standards.

Complete Set

The Ten Days to A+ Grammar Complete Set includes Subject/Verb and Pronoun/Antecedent Agreement, Fragments and Run-ons, Commas and Apostrophes, Modifiers and Pronouns, and Verbs.