aligns with ELA.L.3.2b
Writing addresses correctly/Writing abbreviations in addresses/Adding Commas to addresses
Here are two worksheets:
(1) has address written in a straight line as follows:
John Doe 16 Main Street Anytown NY 10444. Student rewrites on the lines below, adding commas and in proper address format:
16 Main Street
Anytown, NY 10444
There are 6 of these on worksheet 1.
(2) has the same set up, although students are also asked to change words/states to their abbreviated forms (Street to St., New Jersey to NJ)
As with most of my worksheets, there is an Extra Time activity for early finishers. An answer page is included as page 3.
Check out all of my L.3.2 Common Core work:
L.3.2.a Capitalizing Titles: Books, Magazines, Poems, Songs, and TV ShowsL.3.2.b Using Commas in Addresses and Abbreviations in Addresses L.3.2.c Use Commas and Quotation Marks in Dialogue L.3.2.c Use Commas and Quotation Marks in Dialogue II L.3.2.d Form and Use PossessivesL.3.2.e Use Conventional Spelling for High-Frequency and Other Studied Words I L.3.2.e Use Conventional Spelling for High-Frequency and Other Studied Words II L.3.2.f Use Spelling PatternsL.3.2.g Consult Reference Materials to Check and Correct Spelling
Also check out my substitute filler work:
Sub Fillers: ELA Grade 3: L.3.2.a; L.3.2.b
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