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Conjunction Worksheets | Coordinating, Subordinating, Correlative Conjunctions

Get grammar savvy with this compilation of printable conjunction worksheets for kids of grade 1 through grade 5. Conjunction is the glue that holds words, phrase and clauses together making interesting sentences. The step-by-step approach begins with joining words and moving to linking sentences with frequently used conjunctions, followed by exercises to use the three types of conjunctions: coordinating, subordinating and correlative; each serving its own, distinct purpose, but all working to bring words together.

Charts | Coordinating | Subordinating | Correlative Conjunction

Journey through the charts for a vivid picture of the three types of conjunctions - coordinating, subordinating and correlative, used to join different kinds of grammatical structures with definitions and examples.

Frequently used Conjunctions CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.1.1.G & L.1.6

Conjunction | Join Nouns

Signal simple relationships between nouns with the frequently used conjunctions. Look at the objects, write their names and glue the nouns together using 'and', show a choice using 'or'.

Conjunction | MCQ

This batch of MCQ worksheets are a stepping stone in learning the basics of conjunctions. Kids learn to join sentences using the most frequently used conjunctions and, or, but, so and because.

Conjunction | Cut and paste Activity

Stir excitement among kids with this cut-and-paste activity. Kids literally join sentences by cutting the fragments and fixing them together using appropriate conjunctions.

Spot the Conjunctions

Identify the joining or linking words in the sentences and underline them. Figure out the application of the frequently used connectors like but, because, so, and, or, yet, nor, for to join sentences.

Coordinating Conjunctions CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.1.1.G & L.1.6

Complete the sentences with Coordinating Conjunctions

Familiarize kids with FANBOYS the acronym for the seven coordinating conjunctions. Get kids to identify the two equally important independent clauses and write a coordinating conjunction to combine them.

Coordinating Conjunctions | Themed MCQ

Instruct grade 2 and grade 3 kids to effectively use coordinating conjunctions to link up two clauses and make compound sentences. The sentences are built on themes like the birthday party, my pet and more.

Coordinating and Subordinating Conjunctions CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.1.1.G & L.3.1.H

Fill in the blanks with Subordinating Conjunctions

A subordinating conjunction introduces a dependent clause, tying it to an independent clause. It can begin a sentence. Fill in the blanks using a subordinating conjunction from the word box.

Is it a Coordinating or Subordinating Conjunctions?

Subordinating and coordinating conjunctions perform the same function of gluing, but subordinating conjunctions make one clause dependent. Identify the joiners and state if they are coordinating or subordinating.

Coordinating, Subordinating & Correlative Conjunctions CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.5.1.A & L.5.1.E

Choose the correct Correlative Conjunctions

Take giant strides in using the paired connectors with this section of correlative conjunction worksheets. Choose the correct pair of correlative conjunctions from the options to complete each sentence.

Complete the sentences with Correlative Conjunctions

The word box includes pairs like "both/and", "whether/or", "either/or", "neither/nor", "not/but" to mention a few. Fill in the blanks with the correct pair of correlative conjunction to complete each sentence.

Is it a Coordinating, Subordinating or Correlative Conjunction?

Recapitulate the concept of conjunctions. Distinguish between the three types of conjunction and their uses. Spot the conjunctions in each sentence and write if it is coordinating, subordinating or correlative.