In this colorful worksheet your youngster will work with the conjunction “and.”
One of the main parts of speech, a conjunction is like a paper clip; it can hold two things together. These things may be words, phrases, or clauses. There are different types of conjunctions. For example, coordinating conjunctions, such as “and,” “or” and “for,” connect independent clauses. Subordinate conjunctions, like “although,” connect an independent clause with a dependent clause. You may view the worksheets below or download them by clicking on the title. They may be used for free in your home or classroom.
Here’s a worksheet on the common conjunction “or.”
In this worksheet your student will start learning about conjunctions.
This worksheet focuses on conjunctions that connect modifiers like adjectives and adverbs.
Let’s work on conjunctions that connect subjects!
Time to work on conjunctions that connect subjects!
Let’s write some sentences using conjunctions!
Now it’s time to work with subordinating conjunctions!
This worksheet runs off those run-on sentences!
This worksheet focuses on correlating conjunctions.
A conjunction is a word that links other words, clauses, or phrases together. The concert was over early because the…
This conjunction worksheet asks your student to identify the conjunction in sentences.
Conjunctive adverbs can work like a conjunction when they connect independent clauses.
Your student will identify the conjunctive adverbs in this worksheet.