6th Grade Interactive Language Arts Skill Builders
Punctuation - CCSS L.6.2
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Quiz - Click inside the box then copy out each sentence adding apostrophes
where they are needed.
Exercise - Twelve multiple choice questions. Self checking.
Exercise - "Use a colon to improve the sentence's style by making it
practice - 5 interactive quizzes of varied levels with accompanying
in Quotations - If you believe a comma belongs in a box, then add a
comma. If you believe no punctuation is necessary, put an "x" in the box.
Choose "check" to see if your decisions are right.
- Dear Mr. Henshaw
- Practice finding mistakes in parts of a friendly letter. Look very carefully!
of Punctuation Quizzes - Listing of numero activities to select from
to practice punctuation.
- Interactive exercises on using commas - Exercise
1 - Exercise
2 - Exercise
3 - Exercise
4 - Exercise
- Is this sentence
correct? - Online Quia Quiz. Select if a sentence is correct or not
by clicking on the yes or no button. Teachers: If a sentence is not correct,
have the students change the sentence to make it correct (to be done orally
before selecting yes or no).
of Speech - Decide what parts of speech should be used to fill out the
blanks. (Then see if you can supply an appropriate word).
Proofreading - [Comma Practice] Choose 6th grade then select; Where
They Lived Interview, Howard Shows You How, E-mail to
Lou, The Evening News, Memo to Camera Operators or any
one of the mixed practice exercises.
Makes Perfect - Choose Capitalization and Punctuation.
Correctly rewrite the sentences.
on Comma Usage - Click on "The paragraph, please!" and a paragraph will
appear in the top text-area.
on Punctuation - Select the correctly punctuated sentences. [10 sentences]
on Punctuation #2 - Eleven sentences are used on this quiz. Select the
correct punctuation for each.
on Punctuation #3 - Insert the necessary punctuation marks and capitalize
words where necessary.
on Punctuation #4 - Click to see the paragraph and then edit the paragraph
with correct punctuation.
of Punctuation - Select the sentence that is punctuated correctly for
the first seven and then select sentences which are punctuated incorrectly
for the last three.
Marks and Commas - Click on "The sentence, please!" and a sentence or
sentences will appear in the top text-area. Insert the necessary punctuation
marks -- quotation marks, commas, etc. -- and capitalize words where necessary.
Commas - Select the sentence with the correctly used commas.
Commas with Introductory Phrases - Click on "The sentence, please!"
and a sentence will appear in the top text-area. Insert any necessary comma
or commas (being careful not to insert commas where they aren't necessary).
to Commas: Fill in the Blanks! - In each blank space provide a comma
where it is appropriate or write a small-case "x" (without the quotation
marks) where a comma is not necessary.
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