Learn about Coordinate Adjectives and Cumulative Adjectives. Reference sheet gives definitions and examples. Practice Worksheets help students place commas correctly. Explains using commas and how to tell the difference between coordinate adjectives and cumulative adjectives.
Coordinating adjectives are adjectives that must have a comma because they can have the word "and" put between them or their order can be reversed. Cumulative adjectives must stay in the order in which they are presented or they do not make sense, so therefore they do not need a comma.
Handout will give students a reference to use, and three worksheets have practice sentences where students must determine if the adjectives are coordinate or cumulative, and place commas accordingly. Supports the common core standards. L.7.2a . No prep. Print and go.
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