Commas Practice - Silly Worksheets for Engagement! Fun Grammar Test Prep!

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Rachel Lynette
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3rd - 5th, Homeschool
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My students absolutely LOVED the content of this resource. It was such a great way to review. They were so excited for review time each day. Such a great way to keep them engaged!
Great resource that covered the important comma usage skills in a fun and interesting way. Great purchase and resource to have on hand!
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Commas can be difficult, but these grammar worksheets are filled with silly and fun sentences to encourage engagement with students who wouldn't otherwise smile at comma practice.



  • 18 Worksheets
  • Answer Keys


  • Easel Activity


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  • Many different worksheet types!

Great for 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade! 


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NOTE: This resource uses American English and is not editable. 

Learning how to use commas correctly does not have to be boring! These motivating printables will make kids laugh while they learn how to punctuate properly.

Rules covered are:

- Commas in a series

- Commas with consecutive adjectives

- Commas before small conjunctions

- Commas after an introductory word or phrase

- Commas and dates

- Commas and places

- Punctuation for the ends of sentences

The worksheets give rules, examples, and opportunities for practice using humorous sentences that will keep even your most reluctant students working and learning.

This bundle includes 18 pages that are broken into six mini-units of three pages each. Each mini-unit focuses on a different rule and includes two practice worksheets and a short, multiple-choice, bubble-style quiz. The last unit is a mix of all the rules learned. There is also a unit on the proper use of end marks.

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Here’s what teachers are saying:

✏️ "Kids absolutely loved the silly sentences! Definitely got their attention and was a great tool to practice their comma rules. This took the boringness out of grammar that it can sometimes bring." -Keegan

✏️ "I was looking for another way to help students practice their comma placement skills outside of our usual, boring stuff. They found these fun, and I love that there are quizzes to accompany each concept. Thank you!" -Kelly

✏️ "I loved this. I was able to use it in so many things. For example, morning messages, homework, independent work, tutorials, and so much more. It is easy to follow and easy read for the students, including the vocabulary of the STAAR test." - Margarita


Common Core Standards:

  • CCSSL.3.1 - Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.
  • CCSSL.4.1 - Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.
  • CCSSL.4.2c - Use a comma before a coordinating conjunction in a compound sentence.
  • CCSSL.4.3b - Choose punctuation for effect.
  • CCSSL.5.2a - Use punctuation to separate items in a series.
  • CCSSL.5.2b - Use a comma to separate an introductory element from the rest of the sentence.


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About the Author

Rachel Lynette is a published author of over 120 nonfiction books for children on a variety of subjects, as well as several teacher resource books. She has written for publishers such as Harcourt, Thompson-Gale, Rosen, Children’s Press, Evan-Moor, Kagan, and several others. This resource reflects more than a decade of professional writing experience.

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This resource was created by Rachel Lynette and Cassi Noack for Minds in Bloom INC., all rights reserved. It may be used by the original purchaser for single class use only. Teachers may distribute this product in email, through google classroom or over the Internet to their students (and parents) as long as the site is password protected. In other words, you may distribute it to your own students, but may not put it on the Internet where it could be publicly found and downloaded. 

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This product is happily brought to you by Rachel Lynette and Cassi Noack of Minds in Bloom

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.
Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.
Use a comma before a coordinating conjunction in a compound sentence.
Choose punctuation for effect.
Use punctuation to separate items in a series.


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