Are your little ones struggling to connect their sentences appropriately, or lack rhythm in the flow of their ideas? Here's your answer! Learn how the conjunctions connect clauses, phrases or words to achieve cohesion with our printable conjunction worksheets that provide adequate practice in using coordinating, subordinating and correlative conjunctions. Topping it all is a chart that defines all these three types of conjunctions supplemented with a list.
These worksheets are specially designed for students of grade 1 through grade 6.
CCSS: L.1.1.G, L.1.6, L.3.1.H, L.5.1.A, and L.5.1.E
You will find our free printable chart on conjunctions very handy in familiarizing children with easy-to-understand definitions, and a list of conjunctions of each type for easy reference.
Our pdf worksheet allows kids of grade 1, grade 2, and grade 3 to exercise how the seven coordinating conjunctions connect two independent clauses or equal ranking words to achieve a natural flow to their writing.
This free pdf worksheet, offering a good practice in using subordinate conjunctions will certainly do the needful in helping children of grade 2, grade 3, and grade 4 connect their sentences appropriately.
Practice combining ideas and comparing clauses with these pairs of conjunctions that occur together, as their name implies. Let fourth grade, fifth grade, and sixth grade children get to know more about the correlative conjunctions with this worksheet.