Matching Telling Sentences Worksheet


How to teach Types of Sentences

Using Matching Telling Sentences Worksheet, students read the telling sentences below and match them to the correct picture.

Being able to write with capital letters and end punctuation is crucial for your students to be able to clearly communicate their message. A telling sentence ends with a period. This worksheet gives your students practice reading sentences that tell information.

Studentsread the telling sentences below and match them to the correct picture.

Other resources to use with this Matching Telling Sentences Worksheet

If you are using this worksheet, your students are probably learning about end punctuation.

Use this Cool Cat Sentences Activity as an additional resource for your students.

Introduce this worksheet by writing three different sentences on the board. Examples are “I like ice cream”, “Who wants to eat ice cream” and “Lets go get ice cream”. Ask students to help you put a period, exclamation point, and a question mark at the end of each sentence. Next, have students share what they notice about sentences ending with periods. Then, students complete worksheet independently or with a partner. Once finished, students share their own examples!

Be sure to check out more Punctuation Activities!

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