Written for 3rd through 5th grade. A worksheet explaining what run-on sentences are, why students write them, and then offering practice at correcting several paragraphs of run-on writing.
What I like about this lesson/worksheet is that there aren't other errors in the text, so the focus is entirely on correcting run-ons. Students will experience greater success and less frustrations by focusing just on the run-ons. Answers provided.
This is a thirty to forty minute lesson with extension possibilities. Answers provided.
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