Another "When (Where) in the World?" product! If your students are struggling with commas use, this is the perfect interactive solution. It not only provides rules (formatted like other "Where in the World? products), but also provides 10 practice slides to use after rules have been taught/reviewed. Slides contain language that is meant to be engaging to the learner. Practice sentences can be used to teach a small group, an individual, or as a fun game where your class is split into groups and can use a 'buzzer' to identify correct answers.
I hope you and your students enjoy this presentation. I certainly enjoyed making it, between handstands and downdogs. :) Please be advised that this is a PowerPoint presentation, and there are no printables. Enjoy, and happy teaching!
A note on presentation fonts: I believe that a properly fitting font can make all the difference in the world in a presentation. This presentation uses two fonts: Kristen and Century Gothic, as I believed them to be widely loaded onto most computers. If you have an Apple product, you may not have them. The presentation will likely show up in Ariel, so it will not look as originally designed. For a perfect presentation. ensure that both fonts are loaded onto your computer. :) Thanks.