Contraction Worksheets To Print:
What Are Contractions?
– It is neat to match what a contraction actually says to remind
students of languages purpose.
Identifying Boxed Contractions
– The following are contractions and the words that the contractions
are from. Directions: Fill in the empty boxes to match the words or
See the Contractions
– Contractions are words that have been shortened from other words.
Examples of contractions that begin with the letter S are provided
– Write the contractions for the following words. The contraction
for the first set of words had been provided.
Correct the Contractions
– There are contractions in the following sentences. However, these
contractions are incorrectly spelled.
– In the empty boxes, fill in the contraction or words to match
the boxes directly above the empty box.
Time to Be the Teacher
– Correct the contractions in each sentence. Write the two words
that form the contractions.
Insert the Apostrophe
– Place apostrophes where they are missing in the sentences below.
Placement is key here.
Rewrite each sentence below. Replace the underlined
Convert Words -
Smash all these words together to get more out of them for yourself.
Give meaning to the words that you see in the sentences.
- We practice changing the words and locating words in sentences.
- This is a quick proofreading activity.
Proper Nouns -
Let's practice how we use these with specific names for things.
- Think of a word that would complete each sentences well.
- Which word would best find the sentences. Note they are not the same words.
Your vs. You're
- One is the second person possessive and the other in a mix of two words.
- A good way to see where you stand with this skill.
Together and Apart
- Use an apostrophe to combine the words. Remove the apostrophe and write the full words.
- Replace each of the underlined words.
Word Sets -
Which word best fits the word problems.
- What is the meaning of the word that is underlined.
- We take a look at this skill from all types of different angles.
- Insert the apostrophe to correct each sentence.
- Write a paragraph about what you did this
Your and You're
- We give you another shot at one of the most common difficulties that students have with this topic.
- We explore how to condense three-word phrases using this skill.
Match the word to its meaning.
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