“The dog playedAGGRESSIVELY.”“There areonly 4 minutesDURING thepassingperiod.”FreeSpaceConnecttwosubjects“ALICEwent fora run.”“Ohwow!”“Jake tookhis dog ona WALK.”Connecttwophrases“He wantedthe car, BUTdidn’t haveenoughmoney.”Refers tosomeonein thirdpersonDescribesa nounConveysthe emotionof thespeaker“Gabewanted theSMALLdog.”Describesan actionA person,place,thing, orideaDescribeshowsomeoneperforms anaction.“The dog playedAGGRESSIVELY.”“There areonly 4 minutesDURING thepassingperiod.”FreeSpaceConnecttwosubjects“ALICEwent fora run.”“Ohwow!”“Jake tookhis dog ona WALK.”Connecttwophrases“He wantedthe car, BUTdidn’t haveenoughmoney.”Refers tosomeonein thirdpersonDescribesa nounConveysthe emotionof thespeaker“Gabewanted theSMALLdog.”Describesan actionA person,place,thing, orideaDescribeshowsomeoneperforms anaction.

Parts of Speech - Call List

(Print) Use this randomly generated list as your call list when playing the game. Place some kind of mark (like an X, a checkmark, a dot, tally mark, etc) on each cell as you announce it, to keep track. You can also cut out each item, place them in a bag and pull words from the bag.


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N
2
B
3
B
4
I
5
N
6
I
7
B
8
B
9
N
10
N
11
I
12
B
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I
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N
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B
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I
  1. N-“The dog played AGGRESSIVELY.”
  2. B-“There are only 4 minutes DURING the passing period.”
  3. B-Free Space
  4. I-Connect two subjects
  5. N-“ALICE went for a run.”
  6. I-“Oh wow!”
  7. B-“Jake took his dog on a WALK.”
  8. B-Connect two phrases
  9. N-“He wanted the car, BUT didn’t have enough money.”
  10. N-Refers to someone in third person
  11. I-Describes a noun
  12. B-Conveys the emotion of the speaker
  13. I-“Gabe wanted the SMALL dog.”
  14. N-Describes an action
  15. B-A person, place, thing, or idea
  16. I-Describes how someone performs an action.