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Grade Level Estimation: 1st
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With these worksheets on sentences, run-ons, and fragments, students will learn to recognize and write complete sentences.
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Determine which groups of words are sentences and which ones are fragments.Rewrite the Run-Ons Member
Break each run-on sentence into two complete sentences.Rewrite the Fragments Member
Add a subject or predicate to each fragment to make it a complete sentence.Complete Sentences Member
Tell which groups of words are complete sentences and which ones are fragments. Write S or F on the line.Fragment, Run-On, or Sentence? Member
Determine whether each group of words is a fragment, run-on, or complete sentence.