Here are my (revised) Parts of Speech Bookmarks. There are 2 bookmarks per page. One page each for proper nouns, common nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs.
I don't like to teach grammar in isolation. It just doesn't work. When I first started teaching (about 100 years ago) we used a grammar text book. Kids learned about nouns and then they underlined the nouns in 25 sentences that we made them copy from a book. When they learned about punctuation, they copied another 25 sentences and stuck a period at the end! What in the world were we thinking? They didn't master grammar! Thankfully, I did not continue this practice for very long! As I started reading more professional resources and learning more about teaching writing, I started to understand a better way. In my classroom, I do my best to incorporate as much grammar as I can in to reading and writing (what a concept! LOL!). During Read to Self time, my students use these bookmarks to keep track of parts of speech that they find along the way. These are a simple tool that can be used for a variety of purposes. I like to give them one after we study a particular part of speech. They keep them in their just right books as they read and I do collect them for a grade.
*Use in a collaborative group setting. Groups can be given a different bookmark and hunt for great words. Later they can share their words.
*Use during an author study to find great words a particular author uses in their writing. These can be glued into writer's notebooks to be used as a reference throughout the year.
*For the end of the year, use them as an assessment tool or as a review. What a great assignment to do after text books have been collected!
I made them large so there is plenty of room to write, especially for younger learners. Print them on cardstock for durability. I hope you find them useful in your classroom!