Sentence Structure Worksheets
You simply cannot write properly without understanding sentence structure. This doesn’t mean that you have to do the old sentence diagramming technique every time you write, and it doesn’t mean that you have to be able to name every kind of sentence that you write. However, you do need to begin with a basic understanding of how to form a sentence and what it means to write a complete thought. With enough practice, writing a complete sentence becomes second nature. You will learn different rules and techniques for writing sentences, depending on whether you are an elementary, middle school, or high school student.
One way to practice is with relevant and helpful worksheets that can help you gain a thorough understanding of structuring sentences. Primary students might need practice writing basic sentences or using the correct punctuation. Intermediate students might need practice writing longer or more complex sentences. Middle and high school students may need review, but will probably be ready to move on to even more complex types of sentences. Below, we provide you with a series of worksheets for sentence writing that allow you to build the most crucial skills you need.
In addition, Time4Writing’s online writing courses provide practice in this area. The courses that focus in on sentence writing and sentence structure are these:
Elementary School Sentence Writing Worksheets
- Elementary School Fragments & Run-ons
- Elementary School Simple, Complex & Compound Sentences
- Elementary School Common Sentence Errors
- Elementary School Improving Sentence Structure
- Elementary School Types of Sentences
Middle School Sentence Writing Worksheets
- Middle School Fragments & Run-ons
- Middle School Simple, Complex & Compound Sentences
- Middle School Common Sentence Errors
- Middle School Improving Sentence Structure
- Middle School Types of Sentences