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In this conjunctions worksheet, students are given sentences and must identify the conjunctions and the words they connect in each. Students also fill in the blanks in sentences by supplying the missing conjunction.
Complete exercises for conjunctions in this conjunctions instructional activity. Middle schoolers work in pairs to combine sample sentences. They analyze the conjunctions and choose one to help them rewrite the sentences. Additionally, they may complete other related activities that range in difficulty level.
In this conjunctive adverb learning exercise, students underline conjunctive adverbs, fill in punctuation for sentences that use conjunctive adverbs, fill in blanks in sentences with conjunctive adverbs and determine whether sentences are punctuated correctly.
Compound sentences and conjunctions are the focus of this language arts worksheet. Learners answer short answer 12 questions about compound and complex sentences. The questions ask pupils to recall concepts and vocabulary related to compound and complex sentences as well as compose their own sentences.
In this conjunctions worksheet, 4th graders read a one page selection about conjunctions and answer 10 multiple choices questions.
In this conjunctions worksheet, students underline the conjunctions in 20 sentences and write two sentences in using conjunctions.
In this online quiz worksheet, students answer a set of multiple choice questions about subordinating conjunctions. Page includes links to answers, ads and resources.
Teach your kids about FANBOYS! Coordinating conjunctions, or FANBOYS, join two independent clauses to make a compound sentence, but don't forget the comma! Review this popular comma rule, and give your learners this short worksheet. An answer sheet is also provided.
Yes! This is a learning exercise that covers conjunctions and interjections. Two exercises are included here. The first asks pupils to identify and label conjunctions and interjections in five sentences. The second is similar to a Mad Lib™. Students fill in the blanks with the listed parts of speech, which include conjunctions, interjections, and more.
What is a conjunction? Read the section introducing conjunctions with your young learners. There are three short activities before a review section. This is a great resource for your emerging grammarians.
Students examine the role of conjunctions in the English language. They discuss how conjunctions are used, observe a teacher demonstration, and complete various worksheets related to conjunctions.
In this grammar worksheet, 4th graders fill in the blanks with the conjunction and, or but to complete the six sentences. Students are also given three sentences in which they are to join together using conjunctions.
Learners identify parallel parts of sentences, meaning of sentences, and determine positive, negative, and choice conjunctions. Conjunction identification is the main focus of this language arts worksheet.
After reading the first reference page about parallel structure using correlative conjunctions, young learners rewrite nine sentences with errors in parallelism. Even the strongest writers in your language arts class could benefit from this helpful activity. Use the second page exercises as a homework assignment or in-class worksheet.
Combine sentences in unique ways to create interest for your readers. This two-page packet briefly explains how to combine two simple sentences and create a compound sentence. After viewing the example, lead your class through the 30 practice questions that follow. Then, have each writer revisit a past writing assignment to look for places to add coordinating conjunctions, creating compound sentences and eliminating simple sentences.
In this grammar instructional activity, students learn about conjunctions in sentence writing. They then use what they read to answer the 12 questions on the page. The answers are located on the last page of the packet.
In an engaging writing lesson, your class will define conjunctions. The teacher models how to join two sentences on the board, and the whole group practices orally completing sentences with provided conjunctions.
In this conjunctions worksheet, students read about conjunctions and then take a multiple choice quiz on them. Students complete 10 questions.
In this coordinating conjunctions instructional activity, students read about uses and view examples of coordinating conjunctions. Students read about clauses, joining clauses, and how to use the conjunctions.
In these compound sentences worksheets, students learn to use conjunctions to write compound subjects, predicates and sentences. Students complete three activities to help them with conjunctions.