Here’s a visual worksheet for students learning to write simple sentences.
Sentence Structure Worksheets
Your youngster can make sentences using these colorful noun and verb cards.
Your student will use the 5 Ws and an H to expand the sentences.
In this worksheet, your student will rewrite a compound sentence into two simple sentences.
Your youngster will go in search of the missing subject in this complete sentence worksheet.
Your student will add verbs to the subjects to make a complete sentence.
Your young writer will expand simple sentences into compound sentences in this worksheet.
In this worksheet, your student will identify the complete sentences.
No need to wear a hard hat with this sentence construction worksheet!
Your student will identify the simple and compound sentences in this worksheet.
Your youngster can combine words from a noun list and a verb list to make a sentence.
In this worksheet, your youngster will change two simple sentences into a compound sentence.
Your student will identify compound and complex sentences in this worksheet.
Expand your students knowledge of sentences with this complex sentence worksheet.
Can your little detective find the subordinate clause in each of the sentences?
In this worksheet, your student will determine if a sentence is simple, compound or complex.
Now it’s time to make those verbs with a negative contraction agree with the subject!
Can your student make these pesky subjects and verbs agree? Your student will decide which form of the verb to use in a sentence.
Here’s a more challenging worksheet on subject and verb agreement. The activity includes a few tricky pronouns.
This worksheet features some of the more commonly misused verbs for subject and verb agreement.