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  • I like this, but it would be better if there was more than 1 worksheet that is differentiated.

    , May 18th
    • Hi missevans89,

      Thank you for your resource suggestion on the Twinkl website.

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      , May 18th
    • Please I need the answer for this sheet

      , Jan 31st
    • Hi Ahlam.4889,
      Thanks for commenting! :)
      With most of our resources the answer sheet can be found at the very bottom of the document. If you scroll to the bottom of the resource itself you should be able to find them. However, if these aren't here then please let me know and I will be able to take ask our resource team to create an answer sheet for you!
      Do let me know if I can help you further and I hope you have a lovely day! :)

      , Jan 31st
  • fab

    , Mar 7th
  • used to support teaching of grammar towards explanatory texts

    , Feb 16th
  • To help build a skill reading for explanation texts

    , Nov 20th
  • Teaching children to write explanation texts

    , Oct 18th
  • I am not sure if Number 5 is correct. The “and” is used to connect items in a short list, not clauses etc.
    According to the Glossary: Language and Literacy Levels across the Australian Curriculum: EALD students (an “official” document), the explanation is as follows:

    conjunction
    a word whose primary function is to join two parts of language together and indicate a relationship between them: addition; comparison; time and cause. They can function:
    •between clauses within the sentence — coordinating (linking) conjunctions join clauses to set up a relationship of equal status and subordinating (binding) conjunctions join clauses to set up a relationship of unequal status where one is subordinate to or dependent on the other. (See also ‘compound sentences’ and ‘complex sentences’.)
    •between sentences and between paragraphs — text connectives (cohesive conjunctions)
    •between paragraphs to organise the text— text connectives (rhetorical conjunctions)
    There is no need to keep all of this explanation as a post; it is just for your information.
    Also, please accept my thanks for all of the outstanding work you allow us to use.
    Vicki

    , Sep 20th
    • Hi vicki962,
      Thank you so much for letting us know about this one. I'll ask our teacher team to look at this right away!

      , Sep 20th
    • Hi there vicki962,
      We have done this for you and sent the new resource in an email, I hope you enjoy using it! It will also be available on the website for download soon.

      , Sep 21st
  • Number 6 - 'if' missing?

    , Aug 19th
    • Hi suyate,
      Thanks you so much for letting us know about this one. I'll ask our resource creators to look at this right away!

      , Aug 19th
    • Hi theresuyate,
      Thanks for spotting this mistake! We have now corrected it and emailed you the amended resource, I hope you find it useful. It will also be updated on the website soon.

      , Aug 20th
    • Hi theresuyate,
      Thanks for spotting this mistake! We have now corrected it and emailed you the amended resource, I hope you find it useful. It will also be updated on the website soon.

      , Aug 20th
  • Year 2 revision

    , May 27th
  • homework

    , May 17th
  • Year 3 homework

    , Apr 26th
  • yr4 homework

    , Jan 29th
  • Differentiation for LA Year 5.

    , Dec 31st
  • Written exercise for more able p3s

    , Dec 30th
  • I used ideas from this sheet for my appraisal observation and god a good with elemenfts of outstanding.

    , Dec 10th
Cause and Effect Conjunctions Activity Sheet

Cause and Effect Conjunctions Activity Sheet - This connectives worksheet is great for practising linking sentences with more creative and appropriate vocabulary. The resource features different fill-in-the-blank sentences for your children to complete with the most appropriate connective they can think of.
This resource is available in Standard.
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  • Homepage » 2014 National Curriculum Resources » English » Keystage 2 » Lower KS2 - Years 3 and 4 » Writing - Vocabulary, Grammar and Punctuation » Extend the range of sentences with more than one clause by using a wider range of conjunctions, including when, if, because, although
  • Homepage » 2014 National Curriculum Resources » English » Keystage 2 » Lower KS2 - Years 3 and 4 » Writing - Vocabulary, Grammar and Punctuation » Use conjunctions, adverbs and prepositions to express time and cause
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