Correlative Conjunction Worksheets To Print:
Just Ducky - This
is a straight identification activity, nothing more. You will given a series of sentences to analyze.
Dog Tags - This
multiple choice activity is not as easy as it looks. It should be noted that the order in which the words fit around the slash (/) denote their position within the sentence.
- Make sure to read the directions carefully for this one. Find and circle each conjunction below. If it is a coordinating conjunction, write a C on the line. If it
is a correlative conjunction, write COR on the line.
- Write sentences that include the following (both/and, either/or,
neither/nor, not only/but also, whether/or).
Join Them Together - Use the correlative conjunctions in parentheses
to join the two sentences. Write the new sentence on the line.
Practice Using - Use each correlative conjunction
in two original sentences. You can connect nouns, verbs, adjectives
for Spring? - Use correlative conjunctions to combine each pair
of sentences. Write your new sentence on the line below.
Halloween! - Underline the conjunction pair in each sentence. There are 12 different sentences for you to evaluate.
Night - Choose the correlative conjunctions that best complete each sentence. Placement in the sentence does reflect the order it is found around the slash.
the Road - Read each sentence. Underline the correlative conjunctions
in each sentence. Then you will match each sentence to the word pair that best completes it.
Frankel - Rewrite the paragraph below, using correlative conjunctions
to combine sentences.
Writing In Order - Read each sentence. On the line underneath,
write the two items, in order, that are being coordinated.
Correlative Conjunctions - Read each sentence. Underline the
correlative conjunction. Then on the lines below the sentence, write
the two things in the sentence that are being correlated (related).