Sentence Fragment Worksheets To Print:
Fragment or Not?
– You start by identifying fragments and end off with full sentence
rewrites. This is where I would start with this skill.
– See how your accruacy is on these. You are just looking for statements with clear thoughts, a subject, and action words.
Sentence Lock –
Lock this one down quickly. This is another version of the previous worksheet. This was requested by several teachers.
Blues – See if you can find all 7 fragments in this complete reading passage. Students should try to read each sentence carefully and sometimes even aloud to themselves.
The Lost Dog –
Where is poor Ginger? I can't find her. See if you can find her and follow the thoughts of the author.
Phrases – Yet another daredevil picture. Phrases are often overlooked for their importance with this grade level.
Find them and re-write them. See if you can make the words jump off the page and engage the readers.
– What is with the motorcycle picture? I don't know either, but I'm certain students will find it amusing.
– You will find some seriously short sentences in here. They are total fragments that need you tender love and care as an author.
Lock – A sandwich would really hit the spot now. When does a sandwich not hit the spot?
– There is a great deal to learn and read here. The passage is really fun for kids.
– The marsupial babies will stay in the mother's pouch until. Once
they are no living in their mother pouch, they will need to.
Day of School – During the summer, Hallie could not stop thinking
about her first day of school. There were just two more days to go
before she started preschool.
Trip to the Carnival
– Travis was visiting his cousin's home during the fall. Carnivals mostly are a summer attraction, but they are finishing up their tour when the leaves start falling.
The Peach Orchards
– It was a hot summer day. Tiffany's parents had planned a trip
to the mountains to pick peaches.