DiaGrammar: The Easiest Way to Learn English Grammar

How sure are you of your grammar? When you write a sentence, can you say with confidence that there are no errors in it? Do you second guess your choices as you write, struggling to remember which way is correct?

Grammar instruction can vary widely from one school to another. You may have had excellent instruction, or you may have had little or none at all. 

No matter how much grammar you know, don't know, or think you know, DiaGrammar is a fun, easy way to make sure you're up to speed. Just a few minutes of word puzzles each day will introduce and reinforce every major concept in English grammar.

Who can benefit from DiaGrammar?

  • College students who want to improve their grades in any class where writing is required.
  • Graduate students needing to write a thesis or dissertation.
  •  High school students who need extra help with grammar.
  •  Anyone who wants to write professionally and needs to be sure their writing is error-free. 
  •  Professionals who are moving into a job that requires a lot of writing, especially for clients. 
  •  Anyone who is starting a business and needs to write a business plan or marketing materials. 
  •  Writers and editors who enjoy word puzzles. 
  •  Home schooling parents who need to teach grammar to their children. 
  •  Teachers looking for a way to improve their students’ writing.

How Does DiaGrammar Work?

Sentence diagramming was invented over a hundred years ago, but DiaGrammar makes it work for students today. Students are given the sentence and its corresponding blank diagram. Their challenge is to place the words from the sentence into the correct places in the diagram. This involves understanding not only the function of each word  but also how they all work together in a grammatically correct sentence. 

Color-coded diagrams make it easy to remember the parts of the sentence. Subjects are blue, verbs are red, objects are green. And the visual nature of the diagrams makes it easy for students to visualize sentence structure. They then use this understanding to fill in a blank diagram with a sentence of their own.

DiaGrammar is like Sudoku with words. Just fill in the blanks and learn.

The 62-page workbook contains 25 levels of grammar instruction with nine challenges in each level. In addition, a glossary defines each grammar term and shows how it appears in a diagram. Answers to the first challenge in each level are included as well as a progress tracker where students can check off levels as they're completed.

Answer Keys

Answer Key Levels 1-5

Answer Key Levels 6-10

Answer Key Levels 11-15

Answer Key Levels 16-20

Answer Key Levels 21-15

Supplemental Resources

Supplemental Slides Levels 1-5

Supplemental Worksheet Levels 1-5