The Comma Rules foldable features 14 tabs, each containing a comma rule (in student-friendly language) and an example sentence where students need to determine whether or not commas are needed. Some tabs contain rules and examples only, while others also have non-examples.
This interactive notes foldable can be used as a way to teach your students the comma rules while allowing them time to practice and apply the rules immediately!
To assemble, have students cut out the long rectangle on each page, keeping 2 tabs attached at all times. Staple the pages in the order they are presented, with one "Comma Rules" title page on top.
Comma rules included:
-Commas in a series (list)
-Commas in a date
-Commas in a place (city, state)
-Commas in a letter
-Commas with direct address
-Commas for interruptions
-Commas separating questions
-Commas between adjectives
-Commas for quotations
-Commas with conjunctions (coordinating and subordinating/compound and complex sentences)
-Commas after beginning phrases/clauses
-Commas for understanding
-Commas for THAMOS
-That Which Rule (commas with the words that and which)