This volume of Combining Sentences provides students opportunity to rewrite sentences and create their own. A colorful handout/poster demonstrates when students can combine sentences:
1) When the subject/noun is the same. (The cat slept all day. The cat stayed awake at night.)
2) When the topic is the same. (The grass needs to be mowed. The mower is broken.)
7 worksheets give students practice combining 2 sentences into one, filling in sentences using "and" and "but," as well as creating their own sentences using a writing prompt.
Check out Volume 1 - Freebie - Combining Sentences
- for a different set of worksheets that focus on proofreading, choosing the correctly written sentence, and using the correct conjunction.