Phrases And Present Participle No 4, Literacy
Phrases And The Present Participle, No 4
Phrases And The Present Participle is a useful worksheet for Grades 5, 6 or even 7. Beginning a sentence with Going or Having makes students’ writing varied.
Who Uses This Item
This is a one-page item. Parents tutoring their own child will find it easy to do and easy to teach.
- Takes about 15 minutes to complete.
- Examples and practice in this worksheet give a student another sentence opening.
- If your child does not like you teaching him or her, I suggest just hanging around while he or she does the task.
- You could review the task together.
- Ask your child at the end of the task, how they found it. What did they learn from it?
This is the last one in a set of 4 items. See above for the links to the Numbers 1, 2 and 3.
Phrases And Present Participle, No 4.
This free worksheet gives Grade 5 and 6 practice with phrases. Writing better sentences becomes easier.
- The student selects the best phrase for each of five sentences.
- The student then writes sentences using the same pattern.
- This material supports what is taught in the classroom.
- Important knowledge and skills are in this worksheet, and the others in this series.
- The content of this worksheet set may not be taught in school.
Free Worksheets In This Set
The links to read the other free worksheets in this series.
Who Uses This Item
This is targeted to Grades 5 and 6 but Year 7 can also find it helpful. If students have not been expressly taught then they are left to pick up the rules at random. This doesn’t always happen. Get it straight now. Download, print and teach and your child will get it. Any parent can teach this easily and successfully. Some children in this age group don’t want Mum or Dad teaching them. So give it to him or her and just be ‘around’ for them.