CustomCurriculum allows educators to integrate individual parts of the grammar course or select different versions for your students. You can target by sections by age group or just to match the topics you are reviewing in class. You will get a link that you can build into your website or distribute to your students.



  • Option A is a simple solution where you send out links for certain topics to reinforce learning. For example, if you are reviewing subject-verb agreement, you can distribute a link to that chapter.
  • Option B allows you to do select lessons for a particular grade.
  • Option C is like B, but it is specifically oriented to the Common Core lesson plan.
  • Option D allows extensive customization. You can brand the modules under your company name, deliver small numbers of lessons, or seamlessly integrate the modules into your online course.


A) One Level Lesson Plans

Level 1: Introduction (all skill levels)

Whole level 1

Level 2: Subject-Verb Agreement:

- Compound Subjects (beginner);
- Verb-Subject Sentences (intermediate);
- Collective Nouns (intermediate);
- Gerunds (advanced).
Whole level 2

Level 3: Pronoun Agreement:

- Pronoun Antecedents (intermediate);
- Indefinite Pronouns (intermediate);
- Relative Pronouns (advanced).
Whole level 3

Level 4: Modifiers:

- Irregular Modifiers (intermediate);
- Modifier Proximity (intermediate);
- Predicate Adjectives (advanced).
Whole level 4

Level 5: Sentence Structure:

- Run-ons/Fragments (intermediate);
- Sentence Meaning (intermediate);
- Comma Use (advanced).
Whole level 5

Level 6: Verb Tense:

- Progressive Tenses (intermediate);
- Subjunctive (intermediate);
- Active/Passive Voice (advanced).
Whole level 6

Level 7: Parallelism:

- Correlative Pairs (advanced);
- Comparisons (advanced).
Whole level 7

Level 8: Misplaced Modifiers:

- Participial Phrases (advanced).
Whole level 8

Level 9: Idioms

Whole level 9

Level 10: Challenge Questions

Whole level 10

Full course

The link was successfully copied to your clipboard

B) Complete Level Lesson plans

Choose complete level lesson for:

Complete Level Lesson plans for Grade 5+

Level 1: Introduction

- Access to lesson:

Level 4: Modifiers

- Access to lesson:

Whole Course Grade 5:

C) Common Core

Choose complete level lesson for:

Complete Level Lesson plans for Grade 1

NOTE: The program is too difficult for most students in this age group and supervision is suggested.

Level 2: Subject-Verb Agreement

    Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.
    Use singular and plural nouns with matching verbs in basic sentences (e.g., He hops; We hop).

Students will be able to identify the verbs and nouns (subjects) in a sentence. The nouns are presented as subjects in the sentence. Students will understand that the singular subjects always pair with the singular verbs, and the plural subjects always pair with the plural verbs.

– Access Subject-Verb Agreement –

Level 2-2: Compound Subjects

    Produce and expand complete simple and compound declarative, interrogative, imperative, and exclamatory sentences in response to prompts.

Students will understand the basic rules of compound subjects. Students will be able to identify ‘and’ signifies plural words or phrases, while ‘or’ or ‘nor’ signifies a singular phrases unless the subject is plural. Students will apply the proper use of ‘is’ and ‘are’ in a sentence.

– Access Subject-Verb Agreement: Compound Subjects –

Level 3-3: Indefinite Pronouns

    Use personal, possessive, and indefinite pronouns (e.g., I, me, my; they, them, their, anyone, everything).

Students will be able to identify the singular and plural forms of a pronoun, and subsequently whether the verb should be singular or plural. They will judge whether the pronoun is singular or plural for sentence agreement.

– Access Pronoun Agreement: Indefinite Pronouns –

Level 4: Modifiers

    Use frequently occurring adjectives.

Students will analyze a word to determine whether it is an adjective or an adverb, keeping in mind that adjectives modify nouns or pronouns, while adverbs modify verbs or adjectives. They will be able to distinguish between an adjective and adverb.

– Access Modifiers –

Level 5: Sentence Structure

    Use frequently occurring conjunctions (e.g., and, but, or, so, because).

Students will choose appropriate conventions to create complete sentences, while avoiding fragments. They will use conjunctions or semicolons in order to connect two separate and independent ideas. In using conjunctions, they will be able to create more complex sentences from a double independent clause.

– Access Sentence Structure –

Level 5-3:Sentence Meaning

    Use frequently occurring conjunctions (e.g., and, but, or, so, because).

Students will apply conjunctions to their writing in order to link ideas, provide contrast, continue ideas, and provide an example. Each conjunction has a different meaning and use.

– Access Sentence Structure: Sentence Meaning –

Level 6: Verb Tense

    Use verbs to convey a sense of past, present, and future (e.g., Yesterday I walked home; Today I walk home; Tomorrow I will walk home).

Students will determine and select the appropriate verb tense to use in a sentence from the past, present, and future. They will be able to differentiate between the simple present, past perfect, present perfect, and future perfect tense.

– Access Verb Tense –

D) Custom Link Plans