Unlock the doors of wisdom with this multitude of printable grammar worksheets with answer keys designed in sync with Common Core State Standards to help students of K through grade 8 advance their knowledge and master English grammar and usage with ease. Begin with cracking the exercises involving the eight parts of speech, imply the intended meaning by punctuating sentences correctly, comprehend the types of sentences, and the agreement between the parts of a sentence, understand verb tenses and the appropriate and inappropriate shifts. Add charm to your speech with contractions and interjections, bring versatility with direct and indirect speech, and active and passive voice. Our free grammar worksheets are a great place to make a head start.
List of Grammar Worksheets
- Active and Passive Voice
- Determiners and Quantifiers
- Diagramming Sentences
- Direct and Indirect Objects
- Direct and Indirect Speech
- Double Negatives
- Parts of Speech
- Past, Present, and Future Tenses
- Phrasal Verbs
- Question Words
- Shift in Verb Tenses
- Simple, Compound, and Complex Sentences
- Subject and Object Complements
- Subject Verb Agreement
- Subject and Predicate
- Tag Questions
- Transition Words
- Types of Sentences
Explore Grammar Worksheets in Detail
Active voice makes reading engaging with a lucid narrative, but there are occasions when only passive voice works. Changing active to passive voice and vice versa is what students are expected to do in these grammar pdfs.
Whip up a storm of excitement among kids using these adjective handouts with answer keys comprising pdfs to identify and order adjectives, differentiate between adjectives and adverbs, and more.
Add more detail to your verb using this set of printable adverb worksheets encompassing charts and skills like making adverbs, identifying frequently used adverbs and their types: adverb of manner, place, and time.
Refer to nouns and modify them with ease using our engaging article pdfs. Use the indefinite articles "a" and "an" to talk about things in general and definite article "the" when referring to specific things.
A series of interesting skills like capitalizing proper nouns and geographical locations, spotting the errors and fixing the passages await kids of K to 4 in these printable capitalization worksheets.
At the core of effective sentences, lies a bunch of well-framed clauses. Middle and high school students gallop through our extensive-and-handy pack of clause pdfs to distinguish between dependent and independent clauses.
Build compound sentences with coordinating conjunctions: FANBOYS, join dependent and independent clauses with subordinating conjunctions, make complex sentences with correlative conjunctions.
Make kids adept in contracting and expanding words using an apostrophe to make positive and negative contracted forms and simplify speech and informal writing with our bouquet of contraction pdfs.
Determine with ease the word that should appropriately precede and modify your nouns or quantify the “how many” or “how much” of it, with our all-encompassing determiners and quantifiers worksheets.
Learn the skill of representing multiple grammatical sentence structures pictorially, with our diagramming sentence practice sheets, to recognize literary order and discover the logical order in sentence patterns.
Take a giant leap with our direct and indirect objects exercises and begin scouting for IO and DO in sentences and back it up with prolific practice in distinguishing between the two offered in this set of grammar worksheets.
Get cracking with practice using these direct and reported speech handouts, and convert declarative, interrogative, imperative, and exclamatory sentences from direct to indirect speech and vice versa.
Brevity is the soul of wit, and clarity is the soul of writing. Avoid double negatives, radiate utmost lucidity and coherence in writing with these double negative practice sheets.
Learning gerunds is fun! It’s not entirely devoid of challenges though. While most children are used to gerunds functioning as subjects or direct objects, only the grammatically advantaged can identify gerunds used as subject complements in a jiffy. Thanks to our gerunds worksheets, gerunds will no longer be a pain in the neck!
Interjections add beauty and expression to our language. Grab our well-stocked interjection pdfs and you have a world of mild and strong interjections awaiting your kids!
Begin right with these noun exercises for kids featuring exercises to classify nouns as proper and common, comprehend abstract, and collective nouns, and make possessive, and plurals too.
How well can you separate the wheat from the chaff, when it comes to identifying and categorizing the eight parts of speech? See for yourself with these parts of speech pdfs offering a harmonious blend of skills.
Ensure an in-depth understanding with our past, present, and future tense practice sheets with clearly explained functions of the simple, progressive, perfect, and perfect progressive aspects of present, past, and future tenses.
This batch of phrasal verbs handouts is a compulsive print and is propelled by a desire to see young learners thrive, as they scout for exciting and useful verbs-with-prepositions in sentences.
With clear and vivid definitions and ample practice, these phrases exercises stand out as the best fit for students who require practice in identifying noun, verb, adjectival, adverbial phrases in sentences.
Get your kids acquainted with the little nuts and bolts that connect a noun or pronoun to a verb or adjective in a sentence with this enormous collection of preposition pdfs.
Whether it is identifying pronouns or replacing nouns with pronouns or comprehending interrogative, demonstrative, personal, possessive, reflexive, indefinite, or relative pronouns, our printable pronoun worksheets have them all.
Devoid of punctuation marks, sentences wouldn't interpret the intended meaning. Spice up your writing by placing periods, question marks, commas, exclamation points in the right place with our punctuation pdfs.
The urge to ask questions dates back to as early as the first days of human existence on Earth, so do the question words. While “what” and “who” are the most common of the bunch, the likes of “why”, “where”, and “how” also abound in our conversations. Explore our question words worksheets.
Know the fundamentals of sentence-writing in and out, and get kids to spend time wisely building, stretching, and unscrambling sentences with this set of writing sentences worksheets.
Prepare your learners with these grammar worksheets to recognize the shift in verb tenses and skillfully change or adeptly stabilize the tense, while acquiring command over appropriate and inappropriate shifts.
Avoid boredom and choppiness in writing, stay away from run-on sentences and fragments with these simple, complex, and compound sentences printable worksheets and let your writing wear a hallmark of beauty.
A good understanding of how subject and object complements function grammatically in a sentence can equip students of middle school with a great tool to utilize for producing error-free writing.
Ensure conjugation across a wide range of sentences with different subject types such as compound subjects, collective nouns, and indefinite pronouns with our subject verb agreement pdfs.
Effortlessly identify the two parts of a sentence: the noun or pronoun-based part, the subject and the verb-based part or predicate, and prudently employ simple and compound subjects and predicates.
If you desire to emphasize, effect irony, or seek a reply, then do it effectively with our tag questions worksheets. Bolster practice in framing positive and negative question tags and more!
Thanks to our transition words worksheets, there’s every reason for students to foster a fascination for perfection in writing. Practice writing sentences that are closely knit together and therefore easy to read. Welcome aboard a wealth of effective transition words and phrases that serve diverse purposes, including cause and effect, compare and contrast, sequencing, and a lot more.
Welcome aboard our four types of sentences pdfs with interrogative sentences to ask questions, imperative to give commands, declarative to assert or claim, and exclamatory to express your emotions.
Add a spark to your learning with the printable grammar exercises for kids in identifying and using action, helping, and linking verbs, and forming regular and irregular verbs too.