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Identifying the conjunctions and, or, but, so & yet.
Conjunctions join words and phrases in different ways. These worksheets give students practice in recognizing the most common conjunctions: and, or, but, so yet and their use in joining words or clauses.
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UPDATED Missing words sentences - just add the missing conjunction from the list provided. This is a word document, so please feel free to edit as appropriate. Also useful for SEN
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Nicely presented sheet. However, Numbers 3 and 9 are not using 'before' as a conjunction because the word is not followed by a clause. While this may not be important lower down school, it is wrong in Y6 SATs!
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Terminology for pupils: (3G1.4) conjunction
Questions 1, 4 and 7 (Varied Fluency) Developing Rearrange the words to create a sentence with two short clauses, containing one coordinating conjunction. Expected Rearrange the words to create a sentence with two expanded clauses containing one coordinating conjunction. Greater Depth Rearrange the words to create a multi-clause sentence containing two coordinating conjunctions.
Questions 2, 5 and 8 (Varied Fluency) Developing Match two short clauses with a coordinating conjunction to create a sentence. Expected Match two expanded clauses with a coordinating conjunction to create a sentence. Greater Depth Match two expanded clauses that contain additional coordinating conjunctions to create a sentence. Write down own coordinating conjunction to link them.
Questions 3, 6 and 9 (Application and Reasoning) Developing Use coordinating conjunctions to add another main clause to a given short main clause. Word bank provided. Expected Use coordinating conjunctions to add another main clause to a given expanded main clause. Word bank provided. Greater Depth Use two coordinating conjunctions to complete a multi-clause sentence. No word bank provided.
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This two-part activity is perfect for helping children practise identifying and using conjunctions. They need to circle the conjunctions in the table and use them to fill in the gaps in a story. They can then continue the story by writing their own sentences, including a conjunction in each.
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- Key Stage: Key Stage 2
- Subject: English
- Topic: Word Types
- Topic Group: Grammar
- Year(s): Year 3
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- Last Updated: 23/10/2023
- Resource Code: E2WAT334
Develop their understanding of concepts by extending the range of sentences with more than one clause by using a wider range of conjunctions, including when, if, because, although.
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Jigsaw activity sheets as an extension or aid to their learning. To help children understand how to use a conjunction to extend a sentence or use it to change the type of sentence used by starting with a conjunction.
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This bright, appealing PDF grammar worksheet is an excellent way to practise and revise using subordinating conjunctions in Year 3.
This primary resource is divided into five sections:
- Understand Complete the example sentences that contain subordinating conjunctions.
- Challenge Look at the image provided and write three sentences using one of the subordinating conjunctions provided in each sentence.
- Test Circle the subordinating conjunctions in the example sentences, then put four subordinating conjunction into the blanks in the sentences provided so that Mike and his dad are working at the same time.
- Explain Using your own words, explain what a subordinating conjunction is.
- Apply Write a passage about the race shown in the image provided, including at least three subordinating conjunctions to show that you know how to use them.
Activities include SATs style questions and opportunities for creative writing responses, with eye-catching images as prompts.
What is a subordinating conjunction ?
A subordinating conjunction introduces a subordinating clause, and joins it to the main clause in a sentence.
Subordinating conjunction examples
- Gina has been thrilled ever since Jenny arrived.
- The dog is barking because he wants to go for a walk.
- We need to clean up so that the classroom is tidy for tomorrow morning.
- I like living here even though the neighbours can sometimes be noisy.
Subordinating conjunctions list
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A conjunction is a part of speech that is used to connect words, phrases, clauses, or sentences. They can be one word or a few words. They glue words, phrases and clauses together and are made to convey two ideas in one sentence.
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Have students write down all the words they can think of that are conjunctions .
R emove duplicates, give them some example sentences using different conjunctions, and ask for more. You can also add new conjunction into the sentence and let the kids pick it out. Then create a wall with all the suggestions.
Explain to your pupils that they need to be in pairs for this activity in pairs and let them both write a sentence at the same time.
Then ask the whole class to use conjunction words to link the two sentences up and choose a winner that is either the funniest or the most surprising.
Bingo Conjunction Games
Kids love playing Bingo . Y ou can make some cards with nine spaces and in each space, there ’ s a conjunction word.
When the teacher calls out words, students need to come up with a sentence using that word before crossing it off. S tudent s with three conjunction words in a row win.
Wheel of Conjunction
Students spinning a wheel to answer questions on conjunction.
Each area on the wheel represents a category s uch as food , music, sports or any other area. Each question requires the student to fill in a blank that completes a sentence .
For instance : “ I will do my homework (blank) ea t pizza later” . You can also make it a m ultiple choice question by having “and,” “then,” “during” and “when” as options.
You can find online conjunction wheels here
It ’ s always good to use classic games like Hangman which encourage students to work together to guess conjunctions letter by letter , or w ord search puzzles that asks students to find conjunction words hidden in a page full of letter s.
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Grammar with Emile , for instance, provides a great conjunction assignment. The questions are aligned to the National Curriculum, and when pupils start to compete in multiplayer mode and collect coins to buy clothes for their Emile, the impact on attainment can be quite remarkable.
Write some conjunctions and transitions words randomly on the board. Divide the class into two groups and have one student from each group on the board.
Then, the teacher can say a sentence and leave the conjunction out. For example, “I didn’t do my daily running exercise ____ I was very tired yesterday.” The first student to slap the correct word “because” gets a point for their group. You can erase the word chosen and fill in the blank with a new one.
Ask students pass an object around the classroom. Set a timer for a minute or play a piece of music, and when the timer goes off or the music stops, the pupil holding that object has to complete the challenge. You may show students two flashcards, and ask them to use a conjunction to join the two things together. For example, a banana and an apple. The pupil will have to make a sentence using a conjunction such as:
Find a piece of writing, and mess it up by replacing all the conjunction words with the wrong ones. Students have to work together to find all the errors and you want them to focus on the conjunctions to make the piece of writing reasonable again.
Memory Circle Game
Ask your pupils to say something they like and something they don’t like, or two things they like or dislike. For example, “I like fishes but I don’t like shrimps”. Make sure that pupils make full sentences to practice conjunctions.
Then ask the next student to say: “He/she likes fishes but he/she doesn’t like shrimps,” and then the next student adds something of his or her own, for example, “I like cats and cars”.
- The game goes on until everyone has had a chance to speak, but they are out if they can’t remember everyone’s conjunction sentence.
It’s true that you need some great reading activities that can be used as a nice lead-in to introduce transitions and conjunctions to your pupils. But you need to make sure that you have chosen the proper ones. A brochure or some kind (food, education, or even sports) is usually a good resource. The words won’t be too difficult, at the same time there will be enough conjunctions in the brochures for your pupils to understand how they’re used in English.
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