Our compilation of Free Online Grammar Games available on the Internet. Play word games that teach, build or
strengthen your word skills and concepts while having fun.
We categorise and review the games listed here to help you find the
games you are looking for.
In this page, we have games to help you learn grammar (for adults and kids), prefixes, suffixes and root words.
Grammar Ninja At the Grammar Ninja Dojo of Academic combat, a good ninja must sharpen both the body and the mind. Select nouns, verbs, pronouns, articles, adjectives, adverds and parts of speech.
Help Max and Molly talk to the aliens by correcting the sentences with punctuations and capital letters.
Kung Fu Sentences
Help Max learn Kung Fu by choosing the words in the right order to make a sentence. (sentence construction)
Verb Viper encourages your student to choose correct verb tenses (present, past, past participle), recognize correct verb forms (ran instead of runned), and recognize subject/verb agreement (I am, he is). You select game content to suit the needs and abilities of your child. A friendly viper feeds on verbs. A subject appears below the viper. Your student reads the subject; notes whether the subject is singular or plural; and determines whether the verb closest to the viper agrees in tense and number with the subject and is a correct verb form. If the verb and subject match, your child feeds the verb to the viper. Quick reactions, focused attention, and game strategy enable your child to match subjects and verbs while feeding the colorful viper.
Parts of Speech Click the words that belong to the required category. Remember some words can take different forms.
Collective Nouns This collective nouns matching application is a simple to use word level exercise. The collective noun words are simply dragged to their matching partner on the blue picture cards.
Click on the correct collective nouns for groups of animals.
Compound Words This compound words matching application is a simple to use word level exercise. The coloured words are simply dragged to their correct place on the grey label to form a single closed compound word with the existing word on the label
Verb Links This word sorting application is a simple to use grammar exercise. The blue words are simply dragged to their correct place on the table headed by the root word. When all words have been placed, the user clicks on the check button to get feedback on their selection.
Grammar Games for Kids
Odd Man Learn vowels and consonants. Select the odd man out.