Help bridge children's learning gaps with our printable conjunction worksheets with answers for grade 1 through grade 6 children! A part of speech that glues words, phrases and clauses in a sentence together, conjunctions are a must for sentences to make sense. With loads of engaging exercises to identify conjunctions in sentences; tell between the different types of conjunctions; and combine sentences using conjunctions our worksheets are an add-on to your repertoire! Explore our free conjunction worksheet pdfs for a sneak-peek into what lies in store.
Grade 1 kids look at a set of pictures and combine their names with the conjunction “and”. Then combine names of another set of images using the conjunction “or” in this layer of our conjunctions exercises!
Add to the fizz with this printable conjunction worksheet dedicated to the conjunction "and". Kids in 2nd grade and 3rd grade combine the names of pictures with "and" and complete sentences using “and” yet again.
In a double-treat practice of the conjunction "or", first observe a host of pictures and put their names together using the conjunction “or”. Then complete the sentences by filling the blanks with "or" again.
Conjunctions are desperate until they connect words, phrase or clauses! In this part of our conjunctions worksheets for grade 4 and grade 5, match the clauses to apt conjunction elements to complete sentences.
Equip every child in grade 2 and grade 3 to bloom into a conjunction star with our conjunctions worksheets pack! Color the conjunction star that helps appropriately complete each sentence.
Embark on our worksheets with conjunctions with great gusto! Watch a riveting conjunction activity at play as grade 4 kids cut sentence fragments and glue them together with suitable conjunctions.
Our printable conjunctions sentences worksheets are sure to beckon the flowering grammarians in grade 2, and grade 3 to check the appropriate conjunctions to complete a set of sentences in this exercise pdf.
This conjunctions practice worksheet reveals conjunctions' potential! Learn when to use a comma before conjunctions and when not to. Complete each sentence with a conjunction from the parentheses.
Put the young students in 1st grade ahead of the game with this underlining conjunction worksheet! Read each sentence carefully, hunt for the conjunction that combines words, phrases, and clauses, and underline it.
Stick to the conjunction definition to a tee, and finding conjunctions will be not strenuous task! The young grammarians explore their potential in a big way by circling the conjunction in each sentence.
Despite being seemingly inconsequential words only as big as but, yet, and so on, conjunctions and their coordinating and subordinating roles are great! Highlight the conjunction in each sentence in this worksheet on identifying conjunctions.
Let grade 6 children know our combining sentences with conjunctions worksheet pdf is devised to make their combining job easy! Combine the sentences with apt coordinating conjunctions.
Conjunctions that coordinate are a notch above the rest of the conjunctions! Experience firsthand how words like "for", "but", and "so" vie with each other connecting words, phrases, and clauses.
Correlative conjunctions are a hoot from the off! Get ready to connect with not just one but two conjunctions every time you connect! Our conjunctions exercises worksheets are both fun and learning.
In this part of our printable conjunctions worksheets for 4th grade and 5th grade, the budding scholars identify the conjunctions and write if they are coordinating, subordinating, or correlative.
In this section of our conjunctions worksheets for grade 5, figure out the conjunctions and color each of the three types of conjunctions according to the color key provided. Master identifying conjunctions!
Our conjunctions exercises worksheets thrive on stacks of practice for 6th grade children in identifying the conjunction and telling if it's coordinating, subordinating, or correlative as in this pdf worksheet.