Contractions are pairs of words that are combined with an apostrophe. The worksheets on this page can supplement your teaching of contractions in the classroom
Part 1: Write the pair of words to that each contraction stands for. Part 2: Write the contraction to go along with each pair of words.Contraction Monster Match Game Member
Find pairs of contractions and pairs of goofy monsters in this memory match card game.Contractions: Cut & Paste Activity 1 Member
Cut out the words and paste them in the boxes to make contractions.Contractions: Cut & Paste Activity 2 Member
Cut out the words and paste them next to their matching contractions.Contraction Sentences Member
First underline the contraction in each sentence. Then, tell what words the contraction stands for.Contraction Match Member
Match each contraction on the left with the words on the right.Contraction Puzzle Member
Tell what each contraction stands for, then find the words in the puzzle.Contraction Choices Member
Choose the correct contraction word to best complete each sentence.Contraction Fish Tank Member
Write the contractions from the fish tank,and tell what each stands for.
Determine how each contraction is formed and tell what letters are missing. Then, use the word in a complete sentence.More Contraction Sentences Member
Change the words in parenthesis into a contraction to complete each sentence.Possessive Noun or Contraction? Member
Possessive nouns and contractions both have apostrophes in them. Learn the differences between these two types of words.
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