Two worksheets that align with L.5.2b: Use a comma to separate an introductory element from the rest of the sentence, and
L.5.2c: Use a comma to set off the words yes and no, to set off a tag question from the rest of the sentence, and to indicate direct address.
Both worksheets are 2 pages each, and contain a conversation between two people. The conversation is divided into 10 parts. Students read the dialogue text and correctly punctuate it. They add quotation marks, commas, and end of sentence punctuation.
There is an Extra Time activity on both sheets for early finishers
The last page is the Answer Key.
Check out my L.5.2. Common Core work:
L.5.2.a Use Punctuation to Separate Items in a SeriesL.5.2.b and L.5.2.c Use a Comma L.5.2.e Spell Grade-Appropriate Words Correctly, Consulting References as Needed L.5.2.e Spell Grade-Appropriate Words Correctly, Consulting References as Needed
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