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Joining Words and Clauses using 'and' 1

In this worksheet, students practise using the connective 'and' to join words and simple short sentences (main clauses) together.

'Joining Words and Clauses using 'and' 1' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:  Writing: Vocabulary, Grammar and Punctuation

Curriculum subtopic:  Join Words and Clauses Using 'and'

Difficulty level:  

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Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

We can join two words together by using 'and'.

 
bananas         oranges

 

bananas and oranges

 

 
bucket         spade

 

bucket and spade

 

We can also join sentences together using 'and'. This makes one long sentence.

 
I like bananas.         I like oranges.

 

I like bananas and I like oranges.

 

 

 
The bucket is red.         The spade is big.

 

The bucket is red and the spade is big.

 

You are going to practise using 'and' to join words and sentences. 

Type these words again.

Join them together using 'and'.

 

sweets cakes

Type these words again.

Join them together using 'and'.

 

ball beach

Type these words again.

Join them together using 'and'.

 

carrots peas

Type these words again.

Join them together using 'and'.

 

dog cat

Now look at these sentences.

Join them together to make a long sentence.

 

This cat drinks.

This cat hides.

Now look at these sentences.

Join them together to make a long sentence.

 

We are happy.

He is sad.

Now look at these sentences.

Join them together to make a long sentence.

 

My ruler is pink. My case is full of pencils.

Now look at these sentences.

Join them together to make a long sentence.

 

I have a purple hat. I have a yellow scarf.
  • Question 1

Type these words again.

Join them together using 'and'.

 

sweets cakes
CORRECT ANSWER
sweets and cakes
cakes and sweets
  • Question 2

Type these words again.

Join them together using 'and'.

 

ball beach
CORRECT ANSWER
ball and beach
beach and ball
  • Question 3

Type these words again.

Join them together using 'and'.

 

carrots peas
CORRECT ANSWER
carrots and peas
peas and carrots
  • Question 4

Type these words again.

Join them together using 'and'.

 

dog cat
CORRECT ANSWER
dog and cat
cat and dog
  • Question 5

Now look at these sentences.

Join them together to make a long sentence.

 

This cat drinks.

This cat hides.

CORRECT ANSWER
This cat drinks and this cat hides.
This cat hides and this cat drinks.
EDDIE SAYS
When you join sentences together to make a new sentence you only need one capital letter at the beginning and one full stop at the end.
  • Question 6

Now look at these sentences.

Join them together to make a long sentence.

 

We are happy.

He is sad.

CORRECT ANSWER
We are happy and he is sad.
He is sad and we are happy.
EDDIE SAYS
Remember you only need a capital letter to start your sentence and a full stop at the end.
  • Question 7

Now look at these sentences.

Join them together to make a long sentence.

 

My ruler is pink. My case is full of pencils.
CORRECT ANSWER
My ruler is pink and my case is full of pencils.
My case is full of pencils and my ruler is pink.
EDDIE SAYS
Remember you only need a capital letter to start your sentence and a full stop at the end.
  • Question 8

Now look at these sentences.

Join them together to make a long sentence.

 

I have a purple hat. I have a yellow scarf.
CORRECT ANSWER
I have a purple hat and I have a yellow scarf.
I have a yellow scarf and I have a purple hat.
EDDIE SAYS
Remember you only need a capital letter to start your sentence and a full stop at the end.
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