Zig-Zags - Similarities and Differences

In this comparative conjunctions worksheet, students read 3 columns and 8 rows of words or phrases that can be combined to form sentences with compound subjects or predicates and that use comparative conjunctions. Students draw lines to connect the words and phrases in order to form sentences.

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