Statements or Questions Worksheet

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Here comes a pdf worksheet that kids will actually breeze through as they read each sentence to determine if it is a statement or a question. For instance, the sentence "Where is Adriana?" is a question for it elicits a response, while the sentence "Adriana is in the library." is a statement. The hint can be taken from the question word that is used to begin an interrogative sentence versus a subject in case of a declarative sentence, or the end punctuation that completes each sentence: a full stop for a statement, and a question mark for an interrogative sentence. So, are we all set to begin with this free printable exercise?

This worksheet is highly recommended for 1st and 2nd grade students.

CCSS: L.1.1.J

Statements or Questions?
Statements or Questions

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