This site brings you great grammar tips on how to construct sentences in English. I found it while I was searching for site to help a friend who is learning English as their second language. And I think it would be helpful to kids as well as anyone who wants to brush up on their grammar skills.

The navigation is very straightforward. When you arrive at the site just select the part of the sentence you’d like to work on. Your options are Punctuation, Adverbs, Nouns, Prepositions, Verbs, Adverbs, and Frequently Confused Words. 

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Once you select a topic to peruse, you’ll find that the section you’re in has a jump menu that will automatically take you to where that tip is located on the page.

For example,  if you were to check out Punctuation you’d find a menu with a list of the different kinds of punctuation that can be used in a sentence. When I look at the page, the period and the question mark a visible to me without having to scroll down the page, but  I can’t read about commas. So if I click comma on the menu at the top the page jumps down to that entry. 

I really appreciate that they offer examples of how the topic you’re browsing is used in a sentence. So there’s no guesswork after it has been explained. 

Go check it out for yourself today!

http://www2.actden.com/writ_den/tips/sentence/index.htm

~Amanda