This resource includes 15 pages designed to teach students all about commas using the format of a morning message. These activities are so much more than simply filling in blanks. Students can interact with the message by looking for abbreviations, contractions, possessives, proper nouns, pronouns, rhyming words, spelling patterns, and even counting syllables. Simply use a document camera to project the friendly letters and the learning begins.
This resource includes the following 4 comma rules:
1. Use commas in dates.
2. Separate the names of cities and states.
3. Use a comma to separate items in a series.
4. Use a comma after the greeting and closing in a friendly letter.
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