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Sentence Structure Worksheets

Learning sentence structure will help students master punctuation and write better sentences with a greater confidence. Here are a variety of worksheets to help students master sentence structure. Begin by working on subjects, predicates, and objects, and then move on to clauses. I hope this helps.

Subjects, Objects, and Predicates with Pirates Worksheet – Students read 20 exciting sentences about pirates and identify the subjects, predicates, and objects used in each. In part two students will create their own sentences and analyze them for subjects, predicates, and objects.
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Subjects, Predicates, and Objects Worksheet – students read sentences about the Pretty Princesses adventures in Amazingville, and they identify subjects, predicates, and objects in each sentence.
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Subjects, Predicates, and Objects Worksheet 2 - Students read thirty sentences and find the subjects, predicates, and objects in each. Then, students write original sentences and identify their subjects, predicates, and objects.
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Subjects and Predicates Worksheet - Determine whether the sentence is missing a subject or predicate. Fill in the missing subject or predicate. Draw lines separating the subject and the predicate.
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Compound Subjects and Predicates Worksheet – Underline the subjects, circle the predicates, determine whether the sentence has a compound subject, compound predicate or both.
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Subjects, Predicates, and Objects Lesson - slide show presentation teaching students the difference between subjects, predicates, and objects. Includes a practice assessment after the lesson.
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Clauses Worksheet РStudents identify the subjects, predicates, and objects in 15 sentences and determine how many clauses are in each sentence.  Then students write original sentences with a variety of clauses.
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Joining Clauses and the Circus - Students read the circus themed sentences and join the clauses using coordinating and subordinating conjunctions without creating run-on sentences.
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Ninjas! – Independent and Dependent Clauses – Read the paragraph about ninjas. Circle dependent clauses and underline independent clauses.
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Clauses and Phrases Worksheets – Features the exciting theme of leprechauns. Circle the predicates, underline the subject, double underline the phrases.
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Clauses Lesson – Slide show lesson teaching students independent and dependent clauses and phrases. It includes a practice assessment after the lesson.
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Clauses and Phrases PowerPoint Lesson – This slideshow is a revision of the above lesson, but it has been both simplified and expanded.
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Fragments and Run-On Sentences: Each of the sentences is either a fragment or a run-on. Rewrite the sentences so that they are grammatically correct.
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Sentence Structure Booklet – Create an illustrated book that explains sentence structure terms. Define each term, create five examples of the term, and illustrate one of the examples.
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Sentence Structure Flash Cards – Create 10 flash cards. Each flash card will have one of the above vocabulary terms on the front of the card. On the back of the card, you will include the definition of the term and three examples. Students may then use the flash cards to study.
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Four Sentence Type Worksheets – Practice identifying the four types of sentences: declarative, imperative, exclamatory, and interrogative.
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Sentence Types Worksheet – Students identify subjects and predicates in each sentence, separate clauses, and whether each sentence is simple, compound, complex, or compound-complex.
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Creating Compound Sentences - Write twenty compound sentences. A compound sentence is two or more clauses joined by a coordinating conjunction.
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Simple, Compound, and Complex Sentences PowerPoint Lesson – This animated slideshow will help you deliver clear and concise instruction about simple, compound, and complex sentences.
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Creating Complex Sentences - Write ten complex sentences. A complex sentence is two or more clauses joined by a subordinating conjunction.
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Fragments and Run-On Sentences – Each of the sentences is either a fragment or a run-on. Rewrite the sentences so that they are grammatically correct.
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Four Sentence Types Lesson – Teach students about the four types of sentences: interrogative, exclamatory, imperative, and declarative. This file includes a practice assessment after the lesson.
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     /  June 17, 2011

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     /  September 21, 2011

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     /  April 21, 2012

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     /  April 26, 2012

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  9. John

     /  August 14, 2013

    Hello,

    I think number 15 on the answers sheet is wrong. –
    15. If Jan, my sister, | and I go to the mall again, | I’ll surely walk around and shop. – only two clauses (there shouldn’t be a line between “my sister, and I”

    Thanks for your amazing website!!

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     /  September 11, 2013

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