Printables for This Topic:
Sound Bites! – Dennis Duck
is getting his quotes ready for his article in the newspaper.
The Rodeo –
Kevin is writing an article about the rodeo for his school newspaper.
But his article contains many sentence fragments and run-on sentences.
Celia's Room –
Celia has hung signs up on her bedroom door to keep her little brother
out of her room. Read each sign.
Autumn – Decide
if each sentence is a complete sentence, a fragment, or a run-on sentence.
Then color by the Code.
The Cider Mill
– Draw lines in the run-on sentences to separate different thoughts.
Then rewrite the sentence, revising it to make three or more sentences.
Skippy – Rewrite
the run-on sentence 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 a complete sentence, determine what kind of sentence