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Identifying Simple, Compound, and Complex Sentences with Gummy Bear Facts

Identifying Simple, Compound, and Complex Sentences with Gummy Bear Facts
Created ByMrsPooleRules
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Product Description

We all know how dull and boring those text book example sentences can be! In order to take some of the monotony out of these assignments and assessments, I try to make my own resources with interesting topics when I want my students to identify parts of speech or types of sentences.

Although the content may not be the most exciting, the students remember and enjoy reading these interesting sentences! This assignment was created at the request of a sixth grade student who was obsessed with gummy bears.

Be sure to check out my unicorn facts and zombie worksheets as well!

ANSWERS

1. Complex (which is being used as a relative pronoun to begin a dependent or subordinate clause)
2. Simple
3. Complex
4. Compound (two independent clauses are joined with a semi-colon)
5. Simple
6. Compound
7. Simple
8. Compound
9. Simple
10. Complex
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1 page
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