Simple and Compound Sentence Printable Worksheets for Grade 2

In the course of their elementary school days, your child learns different sentence constructions in order to make their writing more interesting and to expand their knowledge of grammar. Taking the time to practice these sentences at home will really help your child improve their grammar skills in the classroom and produce a variety of challenging sentences. These printable worksheets would be a great help to children for practicing.

What does this worksheet include?

These printable Worksheets include the understanding of simple and compound sentences and their uses along with some examples and exercises for children till grade 2.

You’ll Learn:

Children would be learning how to make sentences along with the use of simple and compound sentences. This is something they should learn while schooling so they won’t have problems in the future in the writing and grammar area.

Instructions to use this worksheet (How to use this worksheet effectively): (50-100 words)

In order for children to develop their writing skills, they need to know why, how, and when to use different types of sentences. One way to do this is to get the children used to reading through their completed work, encouraging them and showing them how to improve it by using conjunctions such as “but”, “though”, “also”, “To”, etc.

While teaching children try to relate it with some stories like how you were taught, or how you also used to struggle with grammar. Don’t demotivate them if they are not able to do it or are having difficulty while learning to be polite with them. They will learn with practice and time.

Key differences in simple and compound sentences

Clause

  • Simple sentences include only one independent clause.
  • Compound sentences include two or more independent clauses.

 Length

  • Simple sentences are shorter in length.
  • Compound sentences are longer than simple sentences.

punctuation

  • Simple sentences do not generally use commas.
  • Compound sentences typically use commas between the clauses.

Simplicity

  • Simple sentences are the simplest form of sentences.
  • Compound sentences are more complex than simple sentences.

Subject and predicate

  • Simple sentences have only one subject and one predicate.
  • Compound sentences can have more than one subject and predicate.

Simple and Compound Sentence Printable Worksheets for Grade 2

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