Printable Contraction Worksheets
Acquaint children of grade 1 and 2 with the contracted forms used in English that make the language simpler, easier and colloquial.Our bouquet of contractions worksheets has variety, color and bloom to make the learning experience all the more pleasant. This arrangement includes appealing worksheets like 'Chirping contractions', 'Scoop out the expansions', 'Magic with contractions', Soaring contractions' and many more themed worksheets. Happy Contractions Learning to you!
Introduce the young learners to the contracted forms used in the English language with this attractive and comprehensive chart, that encompasses all the forms categorized in an easy and quick-view format.
Do this endearing warm-up exercise with your kiddos of grade 1 and 2, to get familiarized with contractions by replacing the missing letter with an apostrophe to combine the words.
The little ones wouldn't take long with this lovable birdie-hearts worksheet that would cheerfully chirp its way through to make the children write some contracted forms in a heartbeat.
Isn't it now time to soar higher with contractions? Of course, the children will do so in this printable, when they fly the kites of the contracted forms and match them with their correct spools.
It's a good idea to have children practice contractions flip-flop, i.e. to separate the two words in a contracted form. What's more, scooping them out of the ice-creams cones worksheet makes it even yummier!
Ready for some magic with numbers and contractions combined? Abracadabra! Match the words with their contractions to have some tricky fun, in addition to some good exercise.
The fun hasn't ended yet, for here comes this exciting cut and paste hands-on contractions activity for children, that'll really keep them hooked on and leave them longing for more.
Take up this cool-down exercise on contractions with children of grade 1 and 2, and have them identify and circle the contracted forms in sentences and see them sail through it smoothly.
Here's another great opportunity to get the young learners to practice some diverse forms of contractions enveloped in this worksheet to provide some extensive exposure to the topic.
Taking it up a notch, engage children in this contractions worksheet to come up with the expanded form of the contractions, after identifying them in the sentence.
Guide children towards more independent learning and confident use of contractions with this worksheet by encouraging them to rewrite sentences using contracted forms.
Learning contractions would remain incomplete without knowing the negative forms of the words. We couldn't have allowed that, could we? So, here we offer a thorough inclusion of the negative forms.
Being able to comfortably use contractions in conversations and functional contexts is essential like with any other grammatical form. And perhaps more so when the context is beachcombing!
Children of grade 1 and 2 will be fascinated to give one last practice to the contracted forms with this solar system themed contractions worksheet to wrap it up, with their learning now nearly as expansive.