Types of Sentences Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: RF.K.2.B

Core Standard

There are basically four types of sentences that we would normally use in composition. The simple form is the most basic form. In these statements there is only an independent clause. When a sentence has two or more independent clauses, they are called compound. Complex sentences have a wide range of independent clauses. There are also four different types of intent that our sentences can serve. When we write in the declarative form, we are simply making a statement that tells the reader something in normally an information capacity. Interrogatives are used to ask questions and help gather information. Imperatives are used to give commands with the expectation that the reader will comply. Exclamatives are used to express a sense of surprise and emotion. These worksheets help students learn to identify sentence types and become better writers.









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