Interrogative and Declarative Sentence Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: L.1.1.J

Core Standard

Declarative sentences make statements. In effect, they declare something. Declaratives always end with a period, as the form punctuation. They serve the function of providing information to the reader. These are the most commonly found sentence types. Interrogative sentences are looking for answers. They ask questions. As a result they always end with a question mark. This collection of worksheets will have you work with both sentence types. You will create your own sentences as well as identify the function of pre-written sentences.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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