Sentences worksheets for third grade
Our grade 3 sentences worksheets focus on comparing sentence fragments and full sentences, using subjects and predicates, writing simple, compound and complex sentences and identifying different sentence types.
Sentences or fragments? - decide if the text a fragment or a full sentence
Subjects and predicates - identify the subjects and predicates in sentences
Write subjects and predicates - complete sentences by writing subjects or predicates
Simple or compound? - classify the sentences as simple or compound
Writing compound sentences - combine two simple sentences into a compound sentence
Break-up compound sentences - split the compound sentence into two simple sentences
Simple or complex? - classify the sentences as simple or complex
Writing complex sentences - expand simple sentences into complex sentences
Compound or complex? - classify each sentence as compound or complex
Simple, compound or complex? - classify sentences as simple, compound or complex.
Types of sentences
Declarative sentences - write statements ending in a period
Imperative sentences - write commands or requests
Interrogative sentences - write questions ending in a question mark
Exclamatory sentences - show strong emotions using exclamation marks
Classify sentences - declarative, imperative, interrogative or exclamatory?
More practice with sentences
Transition words - use transition words to complete a paragraph
Editing sentences - rewrite sentences fixing grammar errors