Identify and write complete sentences correctly. 0201.1.6
Links verified on 2/23/2010
- Build a Sentence - drag scrambled words to create a sentence
- Can you make sense of a sentence? - drag the words into the correct sentence order.
- Complete and Incomplete Sentences - Tell whether each sentence is complete or incomplete in this quiz from Quia
- Complete Sentences - [62 slides] this show contains instruction and practice activities and would work well as a whole class review [slide 62 does not work]
- Complete Sentences - Students can identify complete and run on sentences in this Quia Quiz
- Find the complete subject - on-line quiz
- Incomplete Sentences - a Skill Sheet
- Parts of a Sentence - select naming part or telling part (subject/predicate)
- Real Sentences - examples of complete sentences followed by a worksheet to print
- Scrambled Sentences - drag the words in the correct order to create a sentence.
- Scrambled Sentences - [different activity] drag the words in the correct order to create a sentence
- Sentence Clubhouse - Identify the type of sentence, then capitalize the sentence and put the end punctuation in place.
- Sentence Fragments - In the spaces provided, correct any of the sentences that you find to be fragments. Click on the Submit button when you are finished.
- Sentence or Fragment - Quia game
- Sentence or Fragment - Quia game; some vocabulary difficult
- Sentences and Non-Sentences - [42 slides] good for a whole class review, answers provided for each student response or