Engaging practice for simple and compound sentences.
Use these simple and compound sentence task cards to practice identifying simple vs. compound sentences and joining two simple sentences with a conjunction.
This resource includes 4 sets of task cards to make differentiation easy! Students can practice identifying simple and compound sentences, choosing the best conjunction, and combining two sentences to make a compound sentence.
Students will love practicing simple and compound sentences with these animal fact themed task cards. Each page includes facts about a different animal (20 different animals included).
These task cards are perfect for literacy centers or to use in a Scoot activity. Scoot is a fun alternative to traditional task card use that gets students up and moving while they learn! Directions are included in case you've never played before.
Includes 4 sets of task cards (20 cards per set):
- Set 1: Identify simple and compound sentences (24 task cards)
- Set 2: Choose the best conjunction to join two simple sentences (24 task cards)
- Set 3: Combine two simple sentences to make a compound sentence (16 task cards)
- Set 4: Mixed practice on all three skills (16 task cards)
- Student answer sheets
- Scoot directions
- Answer keys
Check out what other teachers have said about this resource:
❤️ RB Creations says "These task cards were great practice on the different types of sentences and which conjunction to use to combine two sentences!"
❤️ Erin P. says "The multiple sets will help with differentiation in my class. A comprehensive print and go resource that has saved me countless hours of creating this weekend! Thank you!"
❤️ Caitlin B. says "Love that this has multiple sets. Made differentiation simple."
These low-prep simple and compound sentences are ready to use in just a few minutes. Simply print the task cards, cut with a paper cutter (only 2 cuts required per page!), and you're ready to use these task cards with your students.
Ideas for using Simple and Compound Sentences Task Cards:
- In a literacy center
- As an early finisher activity
- Whole class Scoot Game
- "Hide" the simple and compound sentences task cards around the room and go on a scavenger hunt
- Display the task cards on a document camera or in your online class and have students write their answer on an individual whiteboard
- Use as questions for a quiz show game, such as PowerPoint Jeopardy
- Use along with any board game - Have students answer a question in order to take a turn.
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