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First-Grade Grammar Worksheets

First-Grade Grammar Skills

Use common, proper, and possessive nouns and adjectives.

Capitalize dates and the names of people.

Begin learning about adverbs, tense agreement, and conjunctions.

Produce and expand complete simple and compound declarative, imperative, interrogative, and exclamatory sentences.

First-Grade Grammar Worksheets

This page includes first-grade grammar worksheets to help your child learn basic grammar.

Learning grammar foundations will help your child become a better writer and enable them to better communicate their thoughts and ideas through writing and speaking.

You can encourage the use of their newfound skills by encouraging your child to write stories, notes, and letters. Independent reading will provide examples of sentence structure, punctuation, and word tense.

When first-graders have a solid grammar foundation, they are ready to move on to more complex grammar rules and writing activities.

The grammar worksheets here were created to help your child develop better grammar skills in a fun, stress-free manner.

First-Grade Grammar Worksheets

Nouns and Pronouns

Noun Clown Worksheet. Item 3701

Noun Clown - Students will identify the noun or nouns in each sentence.

Nouns and Plural Nouns - Identify, color, and list the nouns and plural nouns.

Noun Worksheet - Identifying nouns in a sentence.

Nouns at School - Write ten singular nouns and their plural form.

Get Around Nouns - Circle the noun in each sentence on this transportation-themed worksheet.

Schoolhouse Nouns - Fill in the blanks with nouns from the word box.

Halloween More Than One - Circle the correctly spelled plural nouns on this fun Halloween worksheet.

Prepositions

Prepositions: Worksheet 1 - Complete each sentence with the correct preposition.

Verbs and Adverbs

Action Words - Identify the action words/verbs.

Capitalization

Back to School Capitalization - Underline the word or words in each sentence that should be capitalized.

I Am Unique - Learning that the letter I is always capitalized. Rewriting sentences using a capital I.

Halloween Capitalization - Underline the word or words that should be capitalized in each sentence.

Periods, Exclamation Points, and Question Marks

Periods and Question Marks Worksheet. Item 3236

Animal Race - To complete this grammar worksheet, students will print a question mark or a period at the end of each sentence.

Punctuation Practice - Students will fill in the bubble that shows the punctuation mark required to correctly complete each sentence.

Punctuation Worksheet - Complete each sentence with a period, question mark, or an exclamation point.

At the Beach - Add an exclamation point, question mark, or period to each sentence.

Friends at School - Correctly use a question mark, period, or exclamation point in each sentence.

Writing the Date - Students will practice writing dates correctly.

Positively Periods - Science and grammar come together on this punctuation worksheet.

Which Kind of Sentence? - Correctly place a period or a question mark at the end of each sentence.

Letter from San Diego - This punctuation worksheet requires students to identify words that should be capitalized and insert commas where needed.

Sentences, Sentence Fragments, Writing

Writing Sentences Worksheet. Item 4140

Safety Fun - Students will look at each picture and write a sentence telling what the children are doing to stay safe.

Questions and Statement About the Farm - This is a fun grammar worksheet for use with a farm unit. Students will gain valuable skills when they write two questions and two statements about the farm scene shown. As an added bonus, they may color the picture!

Sentence Review: Worksheet 1- Using capitalization and punctuation, building vocabulary, and recognizing sentences.

Combining Sentences - Students will combine two short sentences and write one complete sentence.

Twenty-eight first-grade grammar worksheets.
All worksheets created by T. Smith.
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