This commas practice is suited for middle school or high school, and is meant as introductory lesson or review of the following rules:
+To separate items in a series
+To separate two or more adjectives before a noun
+Before conjunctions for, and, nor, but, or, yet, & so when they join two independent clauses
+To set off nonessential clauses
There is a one-sided reference sheet that explains the rules, and gives examples.
There is a one-sided practice sheet that has students implement all of the rules, including a review section where they write their own sentences.
You may want to double-side this, and have students keep it in their binders, as it requires them to use their own paper for the practices.
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