Imperative sentences are command sentences, telling someone what to do. The usually lead the thought of any solidly placed paragraph. The worksheets you find here will work you through the process of rewriting sentences to create imperative sentences, base your work on some writing prompts, identifying imperative verbs from a list of words and within given readings, determining whether given sentences are declarative or not, and more. Answer sheets have been included for instructors, but please note that in some cases, student answers will vary.
Fun Group Activity: What's the best-known example of using imperative sentences? The "Simon Says" game! Organize a "Simon Says" contest for your students.