6th Grade Interactive Language Arts Skill Builders
Sentence Structure - CCSS L.6.1, L.6.2, L.6.3
Links verified on 6/26/2014
- Complex and Compound Sentences - Choose the correct word for each question.
- 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. Quiz Two; Quiz Three
- Identifying Basic Sentence Parts - When you move your mouse-cursor over each part of the sentences on the page, that part will be identified or defined in the text-area immediately below that sentence. Try to identify the sentence part before asking the computer to identify it for you.
- Identifying Subjects and Predicates - For each sentence, select the sentence in which the complete subject is boldfaced and the complete predicate is underlined.
- Phrases and Clauses - Choose the answer that correctly describes the underlined word or words.
- Quiz on Sentence Body Parts: Part 1 - Seven multiple-choice questions. Sound remarks available for explanation of incorrect choices.
- Quiz on Sentence Body Parts: Part 2 - Eight multiple-choice questions. Sound remarks available for explanation of incorrect choices.
- Quiz on Sentence Parts: Part 3 - Ten multiple-choice questions; pop-up boxes show the answer.
- Quiz on Sentence Parts: Part 4 - Ten multiple-choice questions; pop-up boxes show the answer.
- Quiz on Sentence Types - After each sentence, select the option that best describes that sentence.
- Sentence Structure Review - This page has several exercises in reviewing: Incomplete sentences, Run-on sentences; Correctly written sentences that should be combined; Correctly written sentences that do not need to be rewritten.
- Sentence Sort - Click on the answer that tells what kind of sentence is shown.
- Verb Phrases - Identify the complete verb phrase in each sentence. Quia quiz. Scores are kept.
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