Rearranging Sentences Worksheets To Print:
School! – The predicate is the part of the sentence that contains
the verb, and which says something about the subject.
Gorillas! – These gorillas have been eating sentences for lunch,
and now the sentences are all scrambled up.
– Turn the simple sentences on the left into compound sentences.
Magic! – Alexandra has found the wizard's spell book, and has
put a spell on all of these sentences.
Story – Look at the picture. Write five sentences about what
is going on.
Grow a Story
– Use your imagination to grow the sentences below. Add adjectives
or adverbs, or additional subjects or predicates.
Sentences – Expand each sentence to include detail from the
picture. Then expand the second sentence to include even more detail.
My Order! – The local burger joint is having a special on French
fries? Two for one! Each French fry below contains a simple sentence.
Brains! – It's Halloween, and this zombie is hungry! He only
eats compound sentences.
Game – Match the sentences with the correct description that