An essential component of written and spoken communication is the use of proper grammar, so it’s unsurprising that this is a core part of the 11 Plus exam papers.
Many parents are unsure of exactly which grammar rules their children need to know.
11 Plus English books, such as the Bond English books, have excellent grammar and punctuation lists but they are a shortlist and with each book comes additions or omissions. All the grammar rules are not listed in each book.
It’s for this reason that Geek School Tutoring has developed this 11 Plus Dictionary. It’s a one-stop guide that you can use to test their child’s grammar rules knowledge.
The guide also includes a list of literary techniques. Several poetry techniques, for example, will either not be taught in your child’s primary school by the time they write the 11 Plus exams, or until secondary school – despite being vital knowledge for many 11 Plus papers.
A good children’s grammar dictionary is essential when your child is preparing for the 11 Plus.
The Geek School 11 Plus Dictionary contains grammar definitions written in a way that your child can understand.
Using this definitive dictionary means that you don’t have to second-guess the definitions that your child needs to know for a successful passage through the exams.