Four Types of Sentences Worksheets

Four Types of Sentences Worksheets

Statements | Questions | Commands | Exclamations

The English language has four types of sentences. Each type of sentence is used for a different purpose.

Statements (declarative sentences): express an idea. They end with a full stop (a period). Statements are the most common type of sentence.

I went to the beach.                        Tina likes apples.

 

Questions (interrogative sentences): ask for information. They end with a question mark (?).

Where do you go?                       Does Tina like apples?

 

Commands (imperative sentence): used to give instruction. They usually end with a full stop (period) but can also end with an exclamation mark (!).

Take me to the beach.                   Pick an apple for Tina.

 

Exclamations (exclamatory sentence): express strong emotion. They end with an exclamation mark (!).

The beach was amazing!             An apple just fell from the sky!

 

 

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Types of Sentences Sort

Cut and paste to sort the sentences under the headings: statements, questions, commands, exclamations.

Types of Sentences Sort (No Punctuation)

Cut and paste to sort the sentences under the headings: statements, questions, commands, exclamations.

 

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Identify Types of Sentences

Circle to show whether the sentences are statements, questions, commands or exclamations.

Writing Different Types of Sentences

Write statements, questions, commands or exclamations to match the pictures.

 

punctuation game Punctuation Pass!

Race to the end of the game board, working out which punctuation is needed in the game cards. Full stops, capital letters, commas, question marks, exclamation marks, speech marks.

Need: dice, counters, game cards cut out

Skill/s: Full stops, capital letters, commas, question marks, exclamation marks, speech marks.

 

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