6th Grade Interactive Language Arts Skill Builders
Sentence Problems - CCSS L.6.3, L.6.6
Links verified on 6/20/2014
- Avoiding Run-on Sentences - Select the group of words that corrects the run-on.
- Combining Sentences - In the text-area for each group of sentences, combine all of those sentences into one effective sentence containing only one independent clause.
- Combining Sentences with Appositives - Combine the sentences in each numbered item by changing the information in the second sentence to an appositive or an appositive phrase and adding it to the first sentence.
- Conjunctions Quiz I - Click the buttons to see the correct answers.
- Conjunctions Quiz II - Combine the sentences using the conjunction given in parentheses.
- Conjunction-itis Popup - Find the correct conjunction form to combine two short sentences together into one. Quia quiz.
- Finding Fragments in Short Passages - Read each passage and use your mouse to choose the part that is a fragment. Keep track of your answers on the printable handout.
- Fragments and Types of Sentences - Select the answer choice for each question. Self checking.
- Repairing Run-on Sentences - After each run-on sentence select the remedy that would best repair that sentence. (The remedy will show only enough of the sentence to indicate what was wrong and how to fix it.) If the sentence is correctly written the way it stands, select the first option. If you choose the correct response, it might still be a good idea to consult the explanation.
- Revising Sentence Fragments - Rewrite each sentence fragment, adding a subject or a predicate or both to form a complete sentence.
- Run-on Sentence Practice - From the group of three sentences that follows, select the group of words that corrects the run-on.
- Second Quiz on Combining Sentences - In the text-area below each group of sentences, combine all of those sentences into one effective sentence containing only one independent clause.
- Sentence Fragment Practice - Exercise 1 - Of the three sentences in each group, select the one that is not a sentence fragment.
- Sentence Fragment Practice - Exercise 2 - Of the three sentences in each group, select the one that is not a sentence fragment.
- Sentence Fragment Practice - Exercise 3 - Of the three sentences in each group, select the one that is not a sentence fragment.
- Sentence Sort - Select the answer for the type of sentence shown: simple, compound, or complex.
- Sentence Structure - Select correct sentence structure that is underlined in the sentences.
- Sentence Structure - Ten question quiz. Identify whether the sentence is a simple sentence, compound sentence, complex sentence, or a compound-complex sentence.
- Sentence Types - Select the type of sentence [command, question, exclamation, statement] and then edit the sentence.
- Using Commas with Coordinating Conjunctions - Click on "The sentence, please!" and a sentence will appear in the top text-area. Insert the necessary comma or commas (being careful not to insert commas where they aren't necessary).
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