Last year I came upon a clever little book that might be a fun thing to add into your instruction. Patricia O'Connor has written a best-selling book called "Woe is I" and now has written a version for kids.
The book is written with a great sense of humor and plenty of good examples really help make our language more meaningful to students.
I pick and choose pages to read and share with my students to try to help make grammar points more clear. Just like some students need manipulatives in math, I believe some students understand topics like this best with stories and analogies and graphics. So . . . after sharing the information in the book about pronouns, I took the most important ideas and made it into an anchor chart for our class to use! We then went on a "hunt" in the realistic fiction pieces we are writing now to decide if we use too many pronouns, not enough, or if we are JUST right. Grammar can be fun--or at least not torture!
Have a great end of your week!