Are these the worksheets about interrogatives? Will your students learn how to identify them? Yes.

Interrogatives are sentences that ask a question. Your students can use these activity sheets to learn all about interrogatives and the vocabulary words that signal them. Activities include distinguishing between interrogative and declarative sentences, rewriting sentences to form interrogatives, creating interrogative sentences from a given prompt, unscrambling sentences to form questions, and more. Answer sheets have been included for instructors when necessary, but please note that some answers will vary by student.

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Declarative or Interrogative?

Read each sentence. Is it a declarative sentence or an interrogative sentence? Circle the correct ending punctuation.

Make it a Question

Rewrite each declarative sentence below as a question.

Is it Interrogative?

Read each sentence below. If it is a question, put a question mark (?) on the line. If it is a statement, put a period (.) on the line.

Interrogative Sentences

Unscramble the sentences below to form questions. Write each unscrambled sentence on the line. Use correct punctuation.

Sentence Me To The End

Rewrite each sentence so that it is a question.

Writing Questions

Rewrite each of the following sentences as a question. Change the word order and (in some cases) the form of the verb as necessary.

Punctuate Me

Add the correct punctuation to the end of each sentence. On the line, write whether the sentence is declarative or interrogative.

What Ends It?

Read each sentence. Add the correct punctuation. Is it declarative or interrogative? Write your answer on the line.

Find the Question

Circle the sentence in each pair that is a question.

What Kind of Sentence?

Read each sentence. Circle whether it is declarative or interrogative. Punctuate it.

Writing Questions

Write an interrogative sentence about each subject below. Be sure to punctuate correctly.

Writing Interrogative Sentences

Write an interrogative sentence about each subject below. Be sure to punctuate correctly.

Questions Words

Complete each interrogative sentence.

Make a Question

Write an interrogative sentence about each subject below. Be sure to punctuate correctly.

My Classmate

Get to know your classmates by asking each other questions! First, using the question word prompt, write a question on each card. Cut out your cards. Now mingle with your classmates! Take turns asking and answering your questions.