Teach sentence structure (simple, compound, complex, and compound compound-complex sentences) with grammar coloring activities. Students will practice sentence structure while matching codes to color.
This activity will fit in easily when studying simple, compound, complex, and compound-complex sentences.
Students will identify different sentence structure in two different activities.
Included in this sentence structure coloring activity:
→ TWO coloring sheets with parts numbered.
→ 40 sentences. Students will need to decide if each sentence is simple, compound, complex, or compound-complex. 20 sentences per coloring sheet.
→ A coloring key. Each type of sentence is assigned a color.
→ An answer key, and pictures of finished sheets.
In the thumbnails and the preview, you can see the coloring sheets for this sentence structure activity. I have included everything you need in these grammar lessons (minus the colored pencils). Simply print and teach—you will not even need to color, as I’ve done this for you.
Diversify sentence structure activities with this coloring grammar activity.
NOTE: Due to students looking up answers online, the pictures shown here do NOT accurately reflect the answer key.