Sentence Pattern Worksheets To Print:
How Does That Go? - Which is it: when, where, why or how? Now insert a beginning phrase for each sentence that tells when, where, why or
how. The word in parentheses will tell you which kind of phrase to insert.
Varying It Up - Just a quick tune up of a few sentences should be good to go. Rewrite the paragraph using some beginning phrases.
Too Sick for the Sock Hop - Fix the begin to this sick day. This paragraph explores Carol's experience at the local sock hop.
The Basics - What they heck are all of these asking? Locate that phrase and explain the purpose behind it.
Introductory Phrases - This is a two part-er for you. You saw something like this earlier, we give more practice.
Keep It Flowing - Rewrite the paragraphs using some beginning phrases. You will need to make it much more engaging for your readers. This is pretty slow going.
Scratchy Variations - Rewrite each passage, varying the sentence structure. You may add detail or combine them, whatever you feel helps the message flow the best.
Introductory Phrases - Rewrite each sentence below, adding an introductory phrase that tells how, when, why or where.
Adding Some Interest - Rewrite each sentence below, adding an introductory phrase that tells how, when, why or where.
Kick It Off - Rewrite each sentence below, adding a beginning phrase that tells how, when, why or where.
Keeping Their Interest - Rewrite the story below, varying the sentence structure. You may add details or combine sentences.
Picnic! - Write a paragraph that includes each of the following people, events and settings.
Be an Original - Write 5 original sentences. Include an introductory phrase for each as indicated in parentheses.