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Writing Words and Sentences 2

In this worksheet, students will practice writing sentences that are dictated to them.

'Writing Words and Sentences 2 ' 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 a capital letter to start and a full stop to finish.

I want a ball.

beach ball

 

 

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

Can you jump?

Girl jumping

 

 

Some sentences may need an exclamation mark at the end.

I can do that!

  boy in flippers and swimming trunks

 

 

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

Press this sound button and read what it says.

 

I went to bed.

child sleeping

 

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

Listen to this sentence.

Teddy Bear

Write the sentence correctly below.

Listen to this sentence.

Family playing cricket

 

Write the sentence correctly below.

Listen to this sentence.

Red book

 Write the sentence correctly below.

Listen to this sentence.

Write the sentence correctly below.

Listen to this sentence.

binoculars

 Write the sentence correctly below.

Listen to this sentence.

Two boys looking out binoculars

 

Write the sentence correctly below.

Listen to this sentence.

school children

 

Write the sentence correctly below.

Listen to this sentence.

Football

Write the sentence correctly below.

  • Question 1

Listen to this sentence.

Teddy Bear

Write the sentence correctly below.

CORRECT ANSWER
That is my toy.
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? Use your phonics to help with spelling. Good effort!
  • Question 2

Listen to this sentence.

Family playing cricket

 

Write the sentence correctly below.

CORRECT ANSWER
Mum and Dad like to play.
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.

Red book

 Write the sentence correctly below.

CORRECT ANSWER
They want a big book.
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.
  • Question 4

Listen to this sentence.

Write the sentence correctly below.

CORRECT ANSWER
My sister is good.
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 5

Listen to this sentence.

binoculars

 Write the sentence correctly below.

CORRECT ANSWER
What did you see?
EDDIE SAYS
Good effort! As this sentence is a question so it needs to finish with a question mark. Try to sound out the words using your phonics. Don't forget the capital letter at the start of your sentence. Give the next question a try.
  • Question 6

Listen to this sentence.

Two boys looking out binoculars

 

Write the sentence correctly below.

CORRECT ANSWER
Look at all the trees!
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 7

Listen to this sentence.

school children

 

Write the sentence correctly below.

CORRECT ANSWER
We are going to school.
EDDIE SAYS
Have you got the hang of this? All sentences should start with a capital letter. Remember your finger spaces between each word. Did you remember the full stop at the end?
  • Question 8

Listen to this sentence.

Football

Write the sentence correctly below.

CORRECT ANSWER
Put one ball by me.
EDDIE SAYS
How did you get on? Did you remember to start the sentence with a capital letter? You have got this!
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