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Writing Words and Sentences 1

In this worksheet, students will practice writing sentences that are dictated to them. They will need to include correct punctuation and spellings.

'Writing Words and Sentences 1' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Writing: Vocabulary, Grammar and Punctuation

Curriculum subtopic:   Punctuate Sentences

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

When we write, we put words together to make sentences.

 

Sentences use capital letters to start and full stops to finish.

I have a drink. Little boy drinking

 

 

If a sentence is a question, it needs to finish with a question mark.

Please can I have a banana? banana

 

 

Some sentences may need an exclamation mark at the end.

I love swimming! Boy wearing flippers and swimming trunks

 

 

In this worksheet you will be writing down sentences that you hear.

Press this sound button.

 

The girl was happy.

 

Little girl smiling with arms folded

You will also need to make sure you spell words correctly.

Listen to this sentence.

Dog eating his food

Write the sentence correctly below.

Listen to this sentence.

Little girl smiling

Write the sentence correctly below.

Listen to this sentence.

Three children looking out the boot of a car

 

Write the sentence correctly below.

Listen to this sentence.

Little girl holding a ball on her head

 

Write the sentence correctly below.

Listen to this sentence.

cat up a tree

 

Write the sentence correctly below.

Listen to this sentence.

Write the sentence correctly below.

Listen to this sentence.

Write the sentence correctly below.

Listen to this sentence.

 

Write the sentence correctly below.

  • Question 1

Listen to this sentence.

Dog eating his food

Write the sentence correctly below.

CORRECT ANSWER
The dog had some food.
EDDIE SAYS
Your sentence must start with a capital letter and end with a full stop. Don't forget you must use spaces between words.
Did you spell all the words correctly? Good effort!
  • Question 2

Listen to this sentence.

Little girl smiling

Write the sentence correctly below.

CORRECT ANSWER
My sister is good.
EDDIE SAYS
How did you get on? Did you spell all the words correctly? Remember your sentence must start with a capital letter and end with a full stop.
  • Question 3

Listen to this sentence.

Three children looking out the boot of a car

 

Write the sentence correctly below.

CORRECT ANSWER
Next week I am going on holiday.
Next week I am going on holiday!
EDDIE SAYS
The trick is to remember that all sentences must start with a capital letter and end in a full stop. You may have put an exclamation at the end to show the person is excited.
Did you spell all the words correctly?
  • Question 4

Listen to this sentence.

Little girl holding a ball on her head

 

Write the sentence correctly below.

CORRECT ANSWER
I like to play ball!
I like to play ball.
EDDIE SAYS
In this example you can use a full stop or an exclamation mark. Using an exclamation mark shows the person is excited. Remember your finger spaces and try and spell the words correctly. Keep up the good effort!
  • Question 5

Listen to this sentence.

cat up a tree

 

Write the sentence correctly below.

CORRECT ANSWER
The little cat jumps up the tree.
EDDIE SAYS
Did you get it all correct? You need to remember the capital letter at the start of the sentence. Try to remember to use a full stop to show the sentence has finished. Use your phonics to help with any spelling.
  • Question 6

Listen to this sentence.

Write the sentence correctly below.

CORRECT ANSWER
Can we have another one please?
EDDIE SAYS
This sentence is a question so it needs to finish with a question mark. Some of the spelling can be tricky, try to sound out the words using your phonics. Give the next question a try.
  • Question 7

Listen to this sentence.

Write the sentence correctly below.

CORRECT ANSWER
Where are my new shoes?
EDDIE SAYS
Are you getting the hang of this? This sentence is a question so it needs to finish with a question mark. Don't forget you need to use a capital letter at the start of the sentence. You can do this!
  • Question 8

Listen to this sentence.

 

Write the sentence correctly below.

CORRECT ANSWER
Our party is on Wednesday.
Our party is on Wednesday!
EDDIE SAYS
How did you get on? Did you remember to start the sentence with a capital letter? The word 'Wednesday' is a proper noun so it needs a capital letter too. Either a full stop or an exclamation mark can be used at the end of this sentence. Remember we can use an exclamation mark to show excitement.
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