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Writing Sentences Worksheets

With good writing comes excellence in both academic and professional arenas. There is a lot of beauty and gravitas encircling the art of sentence-writing, and our writing sentences worksheets for beginners seek to unfold this in an upbeat manner. With super simple definitions, easy-breezy descriptions, crystal clear directions and to top it all telltale examples, these pdf worksheets designed for students from kindergarten to grade three have turned into a full-blown learning expedition visiting the fundamentals of sentence writing.

Sentences Chart

Sentences Chart

This printable chart works like a firm foundation upon which children construct their sentence-writing prowess. It not only defines each sentence type, but it also clearly exemplifies it with a picture.

Sentence or Fragment?

Sentence or Fragment?

Be the helping hand that children need throughout this exercise, as they separate full sentences from sentence fragments. If there is a complete meaning generated, it's a sentence; or else it's a fragment.

Sentence Starters | About Me

Sentence Starters | About Me

Let children celebrate themselves, by writing a few details such as their names and hobbies. For each sentence they write, a sentence starter is given, and they build a complete sentence.

Fragments to Sentences

Fragments to Sentences

Converting sentence fragments into full sentences is an exciting exercise. In this PDF worksheet, children practice making sentences by adding phrases from the box to the sentence fragments.

Framing Sentences

Framing Sentences

Reverberating within this exercise is children's desire to practice writing different types of sentences. That they take cue from the pictures while writing these, makes the process really exciting.

Jumbled Words with Pictures

Jumbled Words with Pictures

Double the fun with this jumbled sentence worksheet, where kids look at the pictures and rearrange the words to make meaningful sentences that describe the picture.

Frame Sentences with Nouns and Verbs

Frame Sentences with Nouns and Verbs

Sentences can be quite an entrancing experience, and what's even more entrancing is writing sentences using nouns and verbs. In this PDF worksheet, children form sentences using the given nouns and verbs.

Completing Sentences | Word Box

Completing Sentences | Word Box

This printable worksheet helps beef up children's knowledge and practice of simple sentences with an adorable complete-the-sentence exercise. They choose correct subjects from the box to do this.

Stretching a Sentence

Stretching a Sentence

This sentence-exercise is sure to get the going from the word go! They cut and picture of a noun, glue it in the space provided, build a sentence and then stretch it. Fun, isn't it?

Form a Sentence | Cut and Glue Activity

Form a Sentence | Cut and Glue Activity

Help children rediscover the joy of cut-and-glue fun with this amusing exercise. They cut the words and glue them in the correct order to make sentences. We're sure they'll crave for more.

Types of Sentences

Types of Sentences

Let your writing wear a hallmark of beauty and class with clearly-written and wide-ranging sentences. Master the fundamentals of sentence writing, and be well-versed with declarative, interrogative, imperative and exclamatory sentences.

Simple, Compound and Complex Sentences

Simple, Compound and Complex Sentences

Help children rediscover the joy of cut-and-glue fun with this amusing exercise. They cut the words and glue them in the correct order to make sentences. We're sure they'll crave for more.