Teach students how to use commas correctly in about five minutes a day! Each packet includes an explanation, examples, four practice worksheets, and a small quiz over each of the comma rules.
COMMA RULE #1: Use a comma to separate items in a series.
COMMA RULE #2: Use a comma to separate items in dates and addresses.
COMMA RULE #3: Use a comma and a conjunction between the two parts of a compound sentence.
COMMA RULE #4: Use a comma after certain introductory words and phrases.
COMMA RULE #5: Use a comma after an introductory dependent clause.
COMMA RULE #6: Use a comma to set off appositives.
COMMA RULE #7: Use a comma to set off expressions that interrupt.
COMMA RULE #8: Use a comma to show dialogue.
SEMICOLONS: Use a semicolon to join two closely related sentences.
*Comma Rules 1-2 and 4-5 are combined.