This activity helps your students learn how to locate the nouns and verbs in a sentence!
In this worksheet, your student will select the correct collective noun from the word bank.
A predicate adjective is an adjective that follows a linking verb and describes the subject of a sentence. In this printable Parts of Speech Activity, students will be asked to identify the underlined predicate adjective and circle the subject that it describes. This worksheet is great for use both at home and in the classroom.
It’s time to add some appositives to sentences!
This worksheet has more on adding appositives to sentences.
It’s time to go appositive hunting!
This worksheet features appositives in different places of a sentence.
In this worksheet your student will match the appositive to a noun or noun phrase.
This worksheets asks your student to combine sentences using appositives.
Here’s more practice on combining sentences with appositives.
Can your student spot the appositives in this worksheet?
We’re positive you’ll like this appositive punctuation worksheet!
Get in the routine of using appositives with this educational sentence diagramming worksheet.
Simple nouns, such as dog, are fine to use, but your writing will be more interesting if you use more complex nouns, such as terrier. Find a synonym for each simple noun in this printable classroom activity!
Learning how to properly use a verb is an important part of early education. However, learning how to improve your writing with stronger verbs can be a little tricky. Using simple verbs, such as walk, are fine to use, but your writing will be more interesting if you use more complex verbs. With this helpful grammar activity, practicing how to replace simple verbs with complex verbs will be lots of fun for students!
This is a great beginning worksheet for learning about appositives.
Here’s a worksheet on finding the function of a noun phrase in a sentence!
Let’s write some sentences using noun phrases!