Use these phrase or clause coloring sheets to review the differences between phrases and clauses. Students will identify groups of words as either a phrase or a clause.
Identifying a phrase and a clause is necessary before working with sentence structure. That concept is reflected in the standards checked.
Included in this phrase and clause activity:
→ Two coloring sheets—pictured in the cover and thumbnails. Sections are numbered. Students will color according to the key (provided).
→ Two sets of 20 sentences that have underlined words—either phrases or clauses. Students will find the correct answer and match the color to the underlined phrase or clause.
→ A picture of a finished sheet and an answer key.
Make learning the difference between phrases and clauses fun with these phrase or clause coloring sheets! A great way to review the information, they help show students how to identify groups of words as either a phrase or a clause. With bright colors that make learning even more enjoyable, these coloring sheets are perfect for use in classrooms or homeschooling. You can use them as an activity after teaching the concept, or as a creative assessment at the end of a lesson.
These forty practice sentences allow students to practice phrases and clauses while completing an engaging activity. This is also an ideal way to encourage independent learning and give your students practice in proper grammar. With everything you need in one easy-to-use package, these phrase or clause coloring sheets will help make teaching the differences between phrases and clauses easier than ever.
NOTE: Due to students looking up answers online, the pictures shown here do NOT accurately reflect the answer key.