This bright, appealing PDF grammar worksheet is an excellent way to practise and revise using relative clauses in Y5.
This primary resource is divided into five sections:
Rewrite the example sentences, adding a relative clause to each one.
Look at the picture provided and write 3 sentences about it, using a relative clause in each one.
Tick one box to show which part of each example sentence is a relative clause, underline relative clauses in the next set of sentences, then tick all of the sentences in the last set which include a relative clause.
Explain in your own words what a relative clause is.
Write a passage about the picture provided, using two relative clauses in your writing.
Activities include SATs-style questions and opportunities for creative writing responses, with eye-catching images as prompts.
What is a relative clause?
Relative clauses provide extra information about a noun, and are introduced by relative pronouns (eg who, that, where).
Relative clause examples
- The boy who brought the cakes.
- The house with the red door and Georgian windows.
- The road which bends to the left.
- The dress that I wore to the party last week.
National Curriculum English programme of study links
Using relative clauses beginning with who, which, where, when, whose, that or with an implied (ie omitted) relative pronoun