Complete Sentence Worksheets To Print:
Is it a Sentence? - You will examine a series of words and decide if they are complete or just fragments. It is your turn to be the judge.
Sound Bites! - Dennis Duck is getting his quotes ready for his article in the newspaper. Dennis Duck is interviewing students after the big race. He
will be quoting them in the school newspaper.
From Clue to Clue - Jane's parents have hidden her birthday gifts, and sent her on a treasure hunt to
find them. Each note she finds leads her to the next note, and the last note will
lead her to her presents.
Finding Them - A little of multiple choice to kick start your day. Choose between three of them.
- The dinosaur got loose and ate all the subjects from these sentences. Use the back of the page if you need more room.
The Rodeo -
Kevin is writing an article about the rodeo for his school newspaper.
But his article contains many fragments and run-ons. Rewrite the article for Kevin.
Celia's Room -
Celia has hung signs up on her bedroom door to keep her little brother
out of her room. Read each sign. You will rate the signs.
Autumn - Decide
if each sentence is complete, a fragment, or a run-on. Then color by the Code that is found on the worksheet.
The Cider Mill
- Draw lines in the run-ons to separate all the different thoughts.
Then rewrite the sentence, revising it to make three or more thoughts.
Skippy - Rewrite
the run-ons below as separate sentences.
Crazy Cupcake Day
- Complete each sentence below by adding a subject or a predicate
to the fragment. Use the cupcakes for inspiration.
Working in the Garden
- Write sentence on the line if the words form a sentence. Write
fragment on the line if the words do not form a complete thought.
Making Things Is Sew
Much Fun! - Decide whether or not each group of words is a complete
sentence. If it is complete, determine how you would classify it.