Facts About Simple Steps to Sentence Sense Series

Has it been a long time since you sat through English 101 in college? Do you need help with analyzing English sentences? Maybe you are just learning English for the first time, or you are taking a foreign language that requires you to know sentence structure. Whatever the reason, if you feel a little uncomfortable about analyzing the structure of an English sentence or about writing well-constructed sentences of your own, I can help you. Grammar is my specialty. I have always loved taking sentences apart and putting them back together, and I taught my students how to do if for over three decades.

If you need help (or your students, children, or grandchildren do), I have exactly what you need. My series of books can help you identify the parts of the English sentence and write well-constructed sentences on your own. Choose the ebook that you would find most helpful and start studying grammar the easy way. All the ebooks in the series are in pdf format, and you will have them as an instant download on your desktop in moments.


Simple Steps to Sentence Analysis is a handbook with all 8 simple steps presented and explained. It is not a workbook and does not have practice exercises. $5.00

If you wish to practice what you learn in the handbook, you can purchase a Packet of New Exercises and Tests. $15.00 (The exercises in this packet are the same ones that are in Simple Steps to Sentence Sense for Middle School.)

Simple Steps to Sentence Sense for Elementary School and ESL Students is a workbook that presents the first 5 steps of analysis along with practice pages and the answers. $15.

Simple Steps to Sentence Sense for Middle School is a workbook that presents a complete course in sentence analysis. It contains notes, overhead transparency masters, group practice pages, individual practice pages, tests, writing connection pages and the answers. $26.

Simple Steps to Sentence Sense for High School is a workbook that presents a complete course in sentence analysis. It contains notes, overhead transparency masters, group practice pages, individual practice pages, tests, writing connection pages and the answers. It also contains a section of advanced analysis for college bound students who will take Advanced Placement Exams. $26.

Simple Steps to Sentence Sense for High School Google Drive Digital Edition is another way to use the materials in Simple Steps to Sentence Sense for High School. Instead of printing the pages and distributing them to students, you can give them a link to each page and they can view the digital slide in their Google Drive and record their answers on Google Slides. Using the Google Drive Resource will save you hours of time and reams of paper. Your students will learn grammar and usage the easy way. $36.

The benefits of Google Drive Resources include: 

•          Share lessons and exercises one page at a time.
•          Students can access the materials from anywhere they have access to their Google Drive.
•          Students work directly in the file.
•          Increase student engagement.
•          Go Paperless. No need to use a copy machine.
•          No printing is required; however, if you wish to print, it will look great!
•          No lost assignments.
•          Infuse technology.
•          Readiness for college.
•          Google Drive is completely free for teachers and students.

This resource includes: 
•          Directions for the teacher.
•          An overview of the Simple Steps to Sentence Sense grammar program.

The following links for each of the 8 steps are included:
•          Sentence Analysis Master (SAM)
•          Lesson Notes
•          Lesson Practice
•          Document Projection Master with answers to Lesson Practice
•          Group Exercise
•          Individual Exercise
•          Test
•          Writing Connection Page
•          Blank Digital Answer Sheet on which students will type their work.
(Of course, you always have the option of having students use notebook paper.)
•          Answer Key for Teacher’s Use
•          There is a BONUS link to an instructional video that students or the teacher can view. It works well for students who are absent or those who need extra help on the lesson notes.