Year 6 Grammar worksheets by Subject
This worksheet explains alliteration and gives examples of alliterative nouns and adjectives. Children are then encouraged to write their own alliterative sentences.
A worksheet encouraging children to write sentences containing a comma or a semi-colon.
Children need to read the sentences in this worksheet and then decide whether they are simple, compound or complex, using the explanation given.
A list of sentences which children need to re-write using speech marks correctly.
This worksheet gives a list of sentences that need to be checked for correct use of semi-colons.
This worksheet gives a list of sentences that either need a comma or a semi-colon. Children need to read the explanation at the top and then decide how to modify the sentences.
This worksheet includes a passage of text with no punctuation. Children need to read through and then re-write it with the correct punctuation.
A list of sentences which need cutting up and then sorting into two piles: ‘simple’ and ‘complex’.
Children need to read the list of sentences and then work out which punctuation marks are missing. They then need to put the sentences into the correct box.
A list of simple sentences which children need to extend in order to turn them into complex sentences.