Sentence Worksheets To Print:
Simple and Compound
- Define which classification of sentence form is present for each problem. You will write either an (S) or (C) next to each statement based on where it fits.
The Box of Crayons - You
will need and red and green crayon to complete this worksheet. You will not need an entire box as the title indicates.
Max, the Turtle - Find all the
simple uses in this passage. It spans over two paragraphs. This all happens while we read the story of max the leaf-eating turtle.
Creating Compounds -
Build up these simple forms to bigger and brighter things. This helps you construct something that you will take apart later.
Create Compounds 2
- Another language building exercise that will start you off and ask you to expand.
Simple & Complex
Balloons - If the sentences below are simple, Color
the balloon blue. If they are compound, Color the
- When the light came on, the students went to the beach. Provide any independent clause that you would think is necessary.
Let's Go to the Beach!
- The following are common conjunctions. Use these conjunctions
to fill in the blanks below.
Is This Simple, Complex
or Compound? - If a sentence is simple, it has only
one complete thought. If it is compound, it is
made up of two simple sentences and joined by a comma and a conjunction
such as: and, or, but.
Which Is It? - For each of the sentences below, determine
if it is a simple or compound sentence. There is a chart on the top of the page to help you best match it.
The Party -
These statements (that all relate to a party, of sorts) are all in simple form. You are asked to provide a compound form.