The following collection of activity sheets will help your students learn how to identify and correct sentence fragments. As with most English communication, context is important. A sentence fragment on its own may be correctly understood if it is the answer to a question. Activities include identifying given phrases as sentences or fragments, rewriting sentences, completing sentences to avoid fragments, and more. Answer keys have been provided for sheets with definitive answers, but some sheets will have answers that will vary by student.
Fun Fact: While a sentence must have a noun and predicate to be considered complete, answers such as “Yes.” and commands such as “Attack!” are classified as “sentence words.”