Grammar Worksheets: Comma Rules
After a couple weeks working on spelling, we’re now back to working on grammar for a week or two. We use the Write Source Skills Books as our spine. (They’re about $7.95 each.) This week LD needed a bit of review on all the rules for commas and I made up a number of review sheets for him.
After printing out the pages, you need to cut the rules and sentences into strips and mix them up. Then have your child match the sentence with the appropriate rule and add in the comma/s that is/are needed.
In the second set I made, the sentences are fall-themed about the leaves changing color and that sort of thing.
Again print them out, cut into strips. Your child has to match the sentence to the comma rule and has to add in the comma/s where needed.
You might also be interested in the post I did a few weeks ago with other grammar worksheets. Those focused on apostrophes, quotation marks and underlining like in the picture below. In that post I also put in photos and links to lots of older worksheets (like capitalization, etc.) I’ve made.
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