Sentences are the building blocks of paragraphs. A sentence is a complete thought that can stand alone and in this unit students will learn what comprises a complete sentence and how to identify a fragment, or incomplete sentence. They will explore different kinds of sentences and how to punctuate them. And, to sharpen their craft, students will learn how to spice up their own writing by adding sentence pattern variety.
This lesson includes 5 printable learning activities
Complete Sentence Sorting: The Quest for the Complete Sentence
Floyd Danger is running through a dimly-lit cave and needs to get the book of complete sentences! In this interactive, fun-filled game, kids help Floyd on his quest by sorting complete sentences and sentence fragments. Later in the game, they will construct complete sentences to unlock the door to get the final treasure.
Complete Sentences vs. Fragments 2
Have your fourth grader test their knowledge of subjects and predicates with these exercises that ask them to identify whether a sentence is a fragment, and what is missing.
Simple, Compound, and Complex Sentences 2
Solidify previous lessons with these exercises that review simple, compound, and complex sentences. Students will pick the correct form of a sentence from multiple choices.
Commas in Compound Sentences
Creating compound sentences can be confusing for fourth graders to learn, but this lesson can be made easy with interactive exercises and helpful hints found here.
End Punctuation 2
Help your fourth grader decide whether a sentence's punctuation is correct with these exercises that give them helpful hints and visual clues.
Parts of Speech 2
Give your fourth grader the knowledge they need to succeed in writing with these exercises that test them on their knowledge of parts of speech and how they fit into sentences.
Articles 2
Learning about definite and indefinite articles is made easy with these exercises that are tailored especially for your budding year five student.
Interjections 1
Inject personality into your fourth grader's writing with interjections. These exercises give them the ability to practise and learn about interjections at their own speed.

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