Worksheet: Writing the Contracted Form of Words

We write "haven't" for "have not" and "they'll" for "they will". The real skill is to instantly and appropriately write contractions for words. So, children should be encouraged to look at a list of words and try if they can quickly transform them into small contractions. Every contraction they have is an asset they can use to their advantage. In this free printable writing the contracted words worksheet, there are eight sets of words and kids write contractions for these.

This pdf worksheet best serves the academic requirements of students in 1st grade and 2nd grade.

CCSS: L.2.2.C

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