Writing Sentences Worksheets and Printables

Our writing sentences worksheets offer a range of fun activities for students who are practicing writing in complete and proper sentences, including simple sentences and more complex sentences. Print these writing sentences worksheets and watch your child blossom into a great writer.
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Your Opinion Of A Perfect School Your Opinion Of A Perfect School What would school be like if you had it your way?
Practice Makes Perfect: The Best Superhero Practice Makes Perfect: The Best Superhero Practice your super strong writing skills to defend your opinion about who the best superhero is.
Adjective Detectives Adjective Detectives Adjectives add precise descriptions to nouns.
Defending Favorites: Opinion Writing Defending Favorites: Opinion Writing Does your 1st grader have a favorite activity or game?
Get into Grammar: Pick the Pronoun Get into Grammar: Pick the Pronoun Give your child a healthy serving of grammar help with this pronoun-filled worksheet.
Opinion Graphic Organizer Opinion Graphic Organizer Looking for an opinion graphic organizer for your 1st grader?
Write the Sight Words: 'Just' Write the Sight Words: "Just" Does your child need practice memorizing sight words?
Opinion Template: Highway Lines Opinion Template: Highway Lines Check out this opinion writing template to help your child write out an opinion.
Favorite Part of the Story Favorite Part of the Story This worksheet will have your child read a brief passage, and then decide on his favorite part.
Favorite Transportation: Writing Opinions Favorite Transportation: Writing Opinions Does your child prefer biking or riding the bus?
Piano or Violin? Opinion Writing Piano or Violin? Opinion Writing Have your 1st grader choose a favorite instrument and defend his opinion with this opinion writing worksheet.
Watermelon or Waffle? Opinion Practice Watermelon or Waffle? Opinion Practice Which food does your child like more: watermelon or waffles?
Raspberries vs. Bananas: Writing Opinions Raspberries vs. Bananas: Writing Opinions Use this opinion writing worksheet to give your 1st grader some practice writing reasons to back up her opinions about fruit.
Animal Opinion Writing Animal Opinion Writing Would your 1st grader rather see an alligator or a camel at the zoo?
Get into Grammar: Singular or Plural Nouns? Get into Grammar: Singular or Plural Nouns? Often, a noun becomes plural when it has an "s" at the end, but that's not always the case!
Making Connections in Reading Making Connections in Reading Show your child the benefits of making connections with the characters in a story with this introspective worksheet.
Our writing sentences worksheets offer a range of fun activities for students who are practicing writing in complete and proper sentences, including simple sentences and more complex sentences. Print these writing sentences worksheets and watch your child blossom into a great writer.