Transform Struggling Students into Confident Communicators

GrammarFlip is an individualized grammar and writing program designed to save time for teachers. It’s effective. It’s efficient. It’s engaging.

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Language Arts teachers come to us when their students‘ understanding of grammar is all over the place. They are frustrated because their current curriculum or program is not effective or engaging. Teachers don’t have enough time to cover critical grammar concepts in class, and they need a solution like GrammarFlip that allows students to learn at their own pace and at their own level.

How GrammarFlip Works

GrammarFlip is used by upper-elementary school, middle school, and high school teachers. It can be delivered in a traditional classroom, in a blended learning environment, or in a flipped classroom setting.

GrammarFlip at a Glance

Teach with Instructional Videos

Concise, yet thorough, video lessons allow students to learn hundreds of grammar and writing concepts at their individual pace.

Learn from Practice Exercises

Self-assessing practice exercises provide instant feedback while varied question formats engage multiple learning modalities.

Apply with Writing Portals

Engaging writing prompts promote student participation while writing portals provide instant access to student writing for quick feedback.

Understand with Progress Reports

Color-coded and downloadable progress reports make it easy for teachers to quickly identify students who need assistance.

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Why Use GrammarFlip?

Diagnose and assess learning needs for each individual student.

Address different learning styles with multiple modalities.

No more guesswork – spend more time with students you know need assistance.

Empower your students as authentic writers and editors.

Reclaim valuable
time spent planning
and grading.

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Used by thousands of teachers around the world

“My students enjoy using GrammarFlip and working at a pace which suits them. I love having the time to work with those who need extra support and encouraging others to continue to the next lesson with confidence.”

Dawn Mueller,

St. Lorenz Lutheran School, Michigan

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