About this Worksheet:
Transition words are used in a sentence to connect two ideas. They join clauses together to show a difference or a connection. Example: We arrived late at the movie, so we didn’t understand the ending. The word “so” connects two clauses to show a result. It was because we were late that we didn’t understand the ending. The meaning of the two clauses is clearer than if each stood alone. In this activity, students use the words in the word bank to connect the clauses.