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In this recognizing complete sentences worksheets, students identify the four types of complete sentences and compare what are not sentences to practice, review, and assess knowledge. Students write thirty-six answers.
Students rearrange three groups of sentences within three paragraphs in numerical order. In this topic sentences worksheet, students write a topic sentence for three already formed paragraphs and write three original topic sentences for five prompts. An unusually good worksheet!
Analyze a familiar fairy tale, emphasizing varied sentence patterns in writing. They retell the fairy tale, The Three Little Pigs, in twenty-six sentences, with each sentence beginning with the next letter of the alphabet.
First graders examine and discuss fluent sentences. They listen to the book "The Hat" by Jan Brett, discuss the elements of a good fluent sentence, and place note cards together to create fluent sentences from the book "The Hat."
Learners write a five-sentence paragraph with varied sentence beginnings, correct spelling and punctuation, and appropriate margins.
Students practice writing a five-sentence paragraph with varied sentence beginnings, correct spelling and punctuation, and appropriate margins.
In this sentence beginnings activity, students provide their own beginnings for the sentences given to them. Students do this for 10 sentences.
Students write a five sentence paragraph with varied sentence beginnings. In this paragraph writing activity, students use a teacher modeled procedure. They complete a worksheet about their favorite things, happenings, and places before turning the ideas into a paragraph.
In this complete sentences activity, students complete 10 yes or no questions about sentences. Students must decide if each line is an example of a complete sentence or not.
In this sentence worksheet, students read about imperative and exclamatory sentences, then correctly punctuation a set of 12 sentences.
Explore grammar rules by completing a worksheet. In this sentence structure lesson, kids define run-on sentences and read sample sentences to determine whether they are complete or incomplete. There is also a space for the writer to edit each sentence to correct its errors.
Students read and illustrate silly sentences. For this sentence structure lesson, students draw illustrations to reflect the parts of one of the silly sentences. Students pictures should show all the parts of their silly sentence.
Discuss simple, compound, and complex sentences using this resource. Using a series of examples, learners talk about the characteristics of these types of sentences. This is a quick and easy way to cover this topic.
In this CTBS usage practice worksheet, students identify simply subjects, topic sentences, sentences off topic, and combine multiple sentences. There are seventeen multiple choice questions.
Learners practice building complex sentences in this sentence combining-like exercise. Two simple sentences are given; your writers must make one reasonable complex sentence out of each pair using the conjunction provided. Ten examples in all; some include forms not found in standard American English, such as "waited from me." And editors must adjust some verb forms and syntax to create comprehensible final sentences.
In these verb tenses and word order worksheets, students complete several activities that help them learn to understand and correctly use the future verb tense and sentence word order.
In this sentence correction learning exercise, students correct the mistakes in each of 6 sentences. The errors are in grammar and word usage. Students write the sentences correctly.
Learners practice joining simple sentences to construct more complex ones. They use the provided conjunctions to link each set of two sentences together. There are 10 sentences in all. Note: This is more than straightforward sentence combining. Learners need to adjust the form of several words and syntax to make clear final sentences. Good challenge for advancing command of the language.
In this writing sentences worksheet, students read the sentences and then circle the word that best completes the sentence. Students write their word on the line.