Interjection Worksheets To Print:
Tools of the
Cartoon Trade - We use comics to help us along with this skill. Study the comic strip
that is provided. Insert the sentences where
you think they belong. Add
- Separate the interjections from the rest of the sentence. Your goal is to compose clear and understandable sentences for your readers.
Spicing Up Sentences
- You will rewrite sentences and add a little beef to it all. The goal is to provide more drama or just interest for your readers.
- Choose an interjection to complete each sentence. A lot of onamonapia is examined here.
- For each sentence, fill in a solid word that makes sense. They often start sentences.
Right Parts - A conjunction is a word that joins sentences,
phrases, or words together. A coordinating conjunction joins words
that are equally important in a sentence.
Make Your Own
Sentences - Write a sentence or two containing interjections
that fit each picture. What do you think is happening? Use your imagination!
Choice - We work on finishing off sentences. I would say these aloud to myself, to make sure they flow well.
Jazz It Up!
- Follow the directions to create your own sentences below, using
Hit - Rewrite the paragraph below, adding interjections to make
the story more exciting.
- In a story, character is developed in several ways: what he or
she says, what he or she does, what he or she thinks, and what the
narrator and other characters say, do and think about him or her.
Build A Sentence
- Use each of the interjections below in a sentence. Write one sentence
for each interjection. As you use each interjection, color the pompom.