Find the download option for Types of Sentences worksheets for grade 3 at the bottom of this article.
Hey there, awesome third graders! Today, we’re diving into the world of sentences – those magical building blocks that make our words come to life. Whether you’re a sentence superstar or just getting started, let’s explore the cool types of sentences that will take your writing to the next level. Buckle up, and let the sentence adventure begin!
Before you get started with Types of sentences worksheets here is a short introduction about different types of sentences.
1. The Exciting Declarative Sentence:
These are the statements that tell us something. It’s like shouting from the mountaintops about your favorite ice cream flavor or sharing a fascinating fact about dinosaurs. Remember, these sentences end with a period. So, go ahead, declare your awesomeness!
Example: I love playing soccer.
2. The Super Energetic Exclamatory Sentence:
If your sentence is bursting with excitement or surprise, it’s an exclamatory sentence! This is where you let your feelings shine. Use an exclamation mark at the end to show just how pumped up you are!
Example: Wow! That roller coaster was amazing!
3. The Friendly Interrogative Sentence:
When you’re asking a question, you’re using an interrogative sentence. It’s like having a conversation with your best friend or finding out the mystery behind a treasure map. These sentences end with a question mark.
Example: Did you finish your homework?
4. The Awesome Imperative Sentence:
Imagine you’re a superhero giving commands – that’s an imperative sentence! It tells someone what to do, and it’s always to the point. No need for a subject – just the action. Imperative sentences can be like superhero instructions!
Example: Clean your room before dinner.
In these worksheets, kids will work on 3 types of sentences -All you need to do is download the worksheet PDF at the bottom of this post.
Print and practice the worksheets according to the directions given on the worksheet.
Here are more phonics worksheets for grade 1 & grade 2 kids
Consonant blends worksheets: These Consonant Blend Worksheets are ready to go, so there’s no need for any extra work on your part. Just print and hand them out.
Sh digraph words: A digraph holds two consonants and simply makes one sound like sh, /sh/. (ch, wh, th, ck) etc
A vowel digraph is made of 2 vowels and makes one sound, such as “ou.”
The consonant digraph holds 2 consonants and makes one sound, such as ch/sh/th…
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