The Sentences for kids

If you are looking for the sentences for kids, here you will get everything about Sentences and its Types, you will able to understand the topic easily. Here all the topics are explained in a great manner and clear your all concepts, doubts or confusion with the help of definitions, well-defined examples through pictures and you will also get the exercises and worksheets. As I said  this post is for kids, who are in calss/grade 4, 5, 6, 7. 
If you are a teacher you can get a lot of advantages from here. You can take examples, exercises, quizzes, and worksheets as your teaching aid.

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Read the following examples carefully:

  1. Hunter Valley is the oldest coal manufacturing region of New South Wales.
  2. Under the Bed.

The group of words in example-1 makes complete sense. Hence it is a sentence

The group of words in example-2 does not make complete sense. Hence it is a phrase.

Sentence definition: A group of words that makes complete sense is called a sentence. A sentence always beings with a capital letter and often ends with a full stop (.)

Example -Egypt is a large country located in north-east Africa.

Phrase Definition: A group of words that makes sense but not complete sense is called a phrase.

Example – Surrounded by water.

Kinds of Sentences for kids

4 kinds of sentences for kids

  1. Sentences Assertive/Declarative sentence
  2. Interrogative sentence
  3. Imperative sentence
  4. Exclamatory sentence

Types of sentences for kids

Assertive/Declarative sentence for kids

A sentence that states or declares something is called an Assertive or Declarative Sentence.

5 Examples of a declarative sentence

  1. There is a huge swimming pool at my school.
  2. My father gave me a set of Noddy’s comics.
  3. Riya and Priya love to watch the Discovery channel.
  4. Seema hosts several sporting events in football and cricket.
  5. Priyanka went to Mumbai.

Interrogative sentence for kids

A sentence in which a question is asked is called an Interrogative sentence. It always ends with a question mark (?)

5 Examples of Interrogative sentence

  1. How far is the airport from the railway station?
  2. What are the ingredients of this dish?
  3. Why are you playing with them?
  4. Is this your book?
  5. From where are you coming?

Imperative Sentence for kids 

A sentence through which an order is given or a request is made or a suggestion or advice is given called an Imperative sentence.

5 Examples of an imperative sentence:

  1. May I borrow your notebook for a day?
  2. Throw the garbage in the dustbin.
  3. open the door immediately.
  4. Could you do it for me?
  5. Always help others.

Exclamatory Sentence for kids

A sentence that expresses the feeling of joy, sorrow, surprise, wonder, applause or contempt is called an Exclamatory Sentence.

5 Examples of Exclamatory Sentence:

  1. How cold it is today!
  2. Oh! we lose it.
  3. What a pleasant day!
  4. I got concert tickets!
  5. Fantastic, let’s go!

The sentence Exercise/Worksheet for kids

Here we have the sentence exercise or worksheet for kids, with answer.

  1. (Exercise 1): You have to identify what kind of sentences are the following.
  2. (Exercise 2): Choose the correct option.

Exercise 1

What kind of sentences is the following?

  1. The dove made its nest in the bushes.
  2. What is the Capital of Maharashtra?
  3. John and Abhishek love to watch Action movies.
  4. Where is the Eiffel Tower?
  5. Would you give me a cup of tea?
  6. What is marvellous Painting it is!
  7. Don’t spit her.
  8. Don’t’ talk, get out!
  9. May I come in?
  10. There are 366 days in a leap year.

Answers

  1. Assertive/Declarative sentence
  2. Interrogative sentence
  3. Assertive/Declarative sentence
  4. Interrogative sentence
  5. Imperative sentence
  6. Exclamatory sentence
  7. Imperative sentence
  8. Exclamatory sentence
  9. Imperative sentence
  10. Assertive/Declarative sentence

Exercise 2

Choose the correct option (Multiple choice questions)

  1. Ruhi is a pretty girl.
    • Assertive/declarative.
    • Imperative sentence.
    • Exclamatory sentence.
    • Interrogative sentence.
  2. How great God is!
    • Assertive/declarative.
    • Imperative sentence.
    • Exclamatory sentence.
    • Interrogative sentence.
  3. Have you ever been to Udaipur?
    • Assertive/declarative.
    • Imperative sentence.
    • Exclamatory sentence.
    • Interrogative sentence.
  4. What an idea!
    • Assertive/declarative.
    • Imperative sentence.
    • Exclamatory sentence.
    • Interrogative sentence.
  5. Please throw the garbage in the dustbin.
    • Assertive/declarative.
    • Imperative sentence.
    • Exclamatory sentence.
    • Interrogative sentence.
  6. May God bless you!
    • Assertive/declarative.
    • Imperative sentence.
    • Exclamatory sentence.
    • Interrogative sentence.
  7. Where is Heena?
    • Assertive/declarative.
    • Imperative sentence.
    • Exclamatory sentence.
    • Interrogative sentence.
  8. Pay your fees immediately.
    • Assertive/declarative.
    • Imperative sentence.
    • Exclamatory sentence.
    • Interrogative sentence.
  9. Sheena is famous for her dance.
    • Assertive/declarative.
    • Imperative sentence.
    • Exclamatory sentence.
    • Interrogative sentence.
  10. Egypt is famous for its magnificent pyramids.
    • Assertive/declarative.
    • Imperative sentence.
    • Exclamatory sentence.
    • Interrogative sentence.

Answers

  1. Assertive sentence
  2. Exclamatory sentence
  3. Interrogative sentence
  4. Exclamatory sentence
  5. Imperative sentence
  6. Exclamatory sentence
  7. Interrogative sentence
  8. Imperative sentence
  9. Assertive sentence
  10. Assertive sentence

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