(Using Commas and Conjunctions -and, but, or)
This lesson explains that two related sentences can be joined with a comma and a conjunction such as "and, but" or "or." A sentence that contains two sentences joined by a conjunction is called a compound sentence.
This set contains two worksheets with answer keys.
First Worksheet: Students read sentences and underline the conjunction and put a comma in the correct place for each sentence.
Second Worksheet: Students read pairs of sentences. Students rewrite the pairs as a single sentence using a comma and a conjunction.
Board Game Reinforcement: "Race to the Top!"
Materials included in game:
(Students Work in Pairs)
1. Instruction Sheet
2. Game Board
3. Spinner (students use paper clip and a pencil to spin)
4. 27 game cards AND answer sheets for students to check their answers
5. Recording sheets (for students to write their answers)