Practice makes perfect with Sentence Writing worksheets from the Easy Teacher grammar and phonics series.

Crafting a well written sentence takes a great deal of patience due to the attention to detail that is required and the amount of experience that is needed to make certain the rules of grammar are followed. The use of words is important, but what is paramount is the arrangement of those words and the words that support it. Before you complete a sentence, start by outlining the thoughts you are trying to get across and the goal of the sentence. Is it written to make a person act, feel something, or just understand something? These are the questions you need to ask yourself. The series of sheets you will find below will run you through all the different types of sentences that you will need to tackle. Take your time and focus on the message that you are trying to get out to your audience.

When the time comes for your class to implement the grammar techniques you have taught, the most effective way to enhance writing skills is to work through each of the modules presented below. Fifteen worksheets allow students to work at their preferred paces to match learning styles. The premise behind this set of worksheets is to apply hands on experience when learning about different types of sentence structures. You can ask your kids to take a paragraph and expound on the story the paragraph tells. Get down to the nuts and bolts of writing by gaining access to the highly rated worksheets. Practice your ability to write clear and concisely.

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Printable Sentence Writing Worksheets

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Expanding Ideas

Follow the instructions to expand the sentence below in the various ways indicated.

Writing Sentences

Expand each sentence below into a complex sentence, using the subordinating conjunction in parentheses.

A Bit Complex

Change each concept that is set in motion to a more complex version.

Writing Topic Sentences

Choose five of the topics below. Write a solid topic sentence for each topic that you choose.

Make Writing Simple

There are four kinds of sentences in the English language. The structure for each type can differ in verb tense, word order and in punctuation.

Creating Complex Thoughts

Read each set of sentences below. Create a complex sentence that will signal to the reader that the first sentence given is the most important.

Writing Cleft Sentences for Effect

On a separate sheet of paper, create sentences based on the sentence below that emphasize different aspects of it.

Original Writing

Write 5 original thoughts as indicated below.

Expanding with Details

Use the hints in parentheses to add detail and expand the sentences below.

Writing Topics

Write a topic sentence to introduce each set of facts. Then go from there.

Writing Concluding Sentences

Write a concluding thoughts for each paragraph that is provided for you.

Writing Interrogative Sentences

Some sentences make a statement. Others ask a question. Rewrite each of these below so that it asks a question.

What Is Happening?

Write a statement to describe what is happening in each picture.

My Response Is...

Write a complete thought to respond to each prompt.

Best Treehouse Ever!

Look at the picture. Then write five well crafted sentences that describe the treehouse.