This resource contains 60 task cards which are perfect for both practice and review! Each card has one sentence written on it for students to figure out if a comma is needed or not. If a comma is needed, students decide where in the sentence the comma(s) go.
And, this is all multiple choice! These cards would work perfectly as a learning station.
A handout is included which reviews the comma rules included on the cards.
Answer keys are provided for all task cards. This resource is perfect for reviewing comma rules, and it is wonderful for test prep!
The comma rules reviewed…
Use commas to set off words of direct address.
Use commas to set off nonessential items: clauses, participial phrases, appositives.
Use a comma between two independent clauses that are joined with a coordinating conjunction.
Use commas after subordinate / dependent clauses at the beginning of sentences.
Use commas after introductory words or phrases.
Use a comma to set apart the exact words of a quotation from the rest of the sentence.
Use a comma to separate coordinating adjectives.
Ten super fun review game ideas with instructions and handouts are also included!
Task cards can be used for a variety of purposes in the classroom, including using them in literacy centers, as early finisher work, or as a bell ringer. They are also perfect for playing review games!
This is also included in our Task Cards Mega Bundle! See it here!
Each of the following Task Card Games below are included in this resource.
Each game is explained in its individual folder in the zip file. All handouts needed are also included in the individual game folders.
Game # 1 The Joker: For this game you will need playing cards and the task cards in this packet. Instructions and score cards can be found in The Joker Game packet.
Game # 2 Put it Together: For this game, you will need an easy puzzle for each group of students. (You can buy these at the Dollar Tree. Make sure the puzzles are 25 pieces or less.) Instructions and handouts are included in the game folder.
Game # 3 Scoot: For this game, you will only need the task cards and the answer sheet included in the Scoot game packet. Follow the directions on the “How to Play” handout.
Game #4 Pop! For this game, you will need task cards and the additional printable POP cards, which are included in the Pop Game packet.
Game # 5 Don’t Get Bean Boozled! For this game you will need a box of the Bean Boozled candy and the task cards. This candy is really a game in itself.
Game #6 Connect Four: For this game, you will need dice, markers, the task cards and the Connect Four playing sheet included in the Connect Four Game Packet.
Game # 7 Skunk: For this game, you will need the task cards and dice. The directions can be found in the Skunk game packet.
Game #8 Tic-Tac-Toe – This game only requires the task cards. You can print the tic-tac-toe grids from the Tic-Tac-Toe Game Packet.
Game # 9 Pass the Chicken or Potato or Whatever Item you Wish: For this game, you will need a rubber chicken, a stuffed animal, a potato, or any other item you wish to use. Instructions for play can be found in the game packet.
Game # 10 Attack the Castle: This game requires the task cards. You can use the printable castles included in the game packet.
Use the task cards with these games or any way you'd like! Also, the review games can be used with other task cards and for other types of review as well!
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