Interjection Worksheets

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Interjections are exquisite utterances that spring exciting surprises during our conversations. The "Yikes!" and the "Yep" instantly catch attention, and most importantly assist in expressing emotions easily. Come interjections, and your English will instantly switch into full gear. Whether you are ecstatic, down in the dumps, or have butterflies in your stomach, you will find immediate refuge with one interjection or the other. Explore our free interjection worksheets at ease, and be as expressive as you could be.

These pdf worksheets are ideal for students of grade 3, grade 4, grade 5, and grade 6.

CCSS – L.5.1.A

Interjection | Chart

Interjections transform the conversation from a monotonous affair to a refreshing experience. This free interjection chart pdf acquaints kids in grade 3 and grade 4 with commonly used interjections like "Oh no!", "Ouch" and more.

Interjection | Chart

Completing Sentences with Interjections

Children of fourth grade and fifth grade warm up to interjections with this cut and glue activity pdf, a nice accompaniment to a rather dull spell of words that make our sentences.

Completing Sentences with Interjections

Writing Sentence with Interjections

Interjections work like a charm to brighten the prospects of aspiring English learners world-wide. This printable worksheet for grade 5, and grade 6 gives students an opportunity to use interjections in sentences.

Writing Sentence with Interjections

Complete Sentences with Given Interjections

There are so many interjections, all equipped to help you exclaim and express to your heart’s content, out there that choosing the right one can sometimes trip you up. Complete the sentences using the given interjections to get some practice of choosing interjections.

Complete Sentences with Given Interjections

Mild Strong Interjections

Wow! Interjections are here! “Woohoo” is a strong interjection. “No” is mostly used as a mild interjection. Absorb the difference between interjections that come from the happiest, the saddest, or the most exasperated hearts and those like “uh” and “sh” that convey mild emotions.

Mild Strong Interjections