FALL 2019


Grammaropolis: The Parts of Speech Workbook
Grammaropolis: The Parts of the Sentence Workbook
Grammaropolis: The Punctuation Workbook

Coert Voorhees

Grammaropolis skill-building workbooks feature our award-winning character-based instruction along with various types of comprehension check exercises, including: identification, fill-in-the-blank, and multiple choice. The Grammaropolis workbooks address Common Core and other state standards for students in Grades 1-6.

Six Foot Press
Pub date: 9/1/2019

80 pages
50 b&w images
11 x 9” (HxW)



Visit a neighborhood for every part of speech! From the shady pronoun always trying to take the noun’s place to the motherly conjunction who just wants everyone to get along, our approach personifies the parts of speech based on the roles they play in the sentence, increasing both engagement and retention.


Become a grammar cadet in the Punctuation Department! Let tender-hearted Officer Period, no-nonsense Chief Comma, and police dogs Hyphen and Dash show you the ropes as you learn how to punctuate, abbreviate, and capitalize your writing properly. The Punctuation Department is the police force of Grammaropolis, keeping the sentences running smoothly.


The Sentence Factory is hiring! Now that you know the parts of speech and punctuation, you’re ready to help produce our town’s #1 export: grammatically correct sentences. Our songs and personalized puzzles will teach you all about how a sentence is put together: subjects and predicates, objects, subject complements, and more!

Coert Voorhees is a former writing and grammar teacher who spent years in the classroom sharing his passion for language with often skeptical middle school students. Grammaropolis is based on his most successful lesson plans. With its award-winning website, mobile apps, and music videos, Grammaropolis has revolutionized the way millions of students in thousands of schools around the world learn about grammar and writing. Coert is the author of On the Free (2017), In Too Deep (2013 Junior Library Guild Selection), Lucky Fools (2012 Junior Library Guild Selection), The Brothers Torres (2009 ALA Top Ten Best Books for Young Adults), and Storm Wrangler (2011). He has been a Fulbright scholar in Chile and Visiting Writer in Residence at Rice University, and he now lives with his family in Houston, Texas. Visit Coert’s website at www.coertvoorhees.com.