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Correct run on sentences (e.g., use punctuation, conjunctions, or other means to separate the elements of a run-on) and sentence fragments (i.e., supply the missing sentence elements). 0601.1.6


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1. Avoiding Comma Splices II.

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Click on "The sentence, please!" and a sentence containing a comma splice will appear in the top text-area. Repair the sentence. This site includes questions for your students to check their understanding.  SEE MORE
 
2. Avoiding Comma Splices.

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Click on "The sentence, please!" and a sentence containing a comma splice will appear in the top text-area. Repair the sentence. This site includes questions for your students to check their understanding.  SEE MORE
 
3. Avoiding Primer Language.

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Try to combine the following sentences into one effective sentence with only one independent clause. SEE MORE
 
4. Combining Sentences II.

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Quiz Two |Combine all of those sentences into one effective sentence containing only one independent clause.  SEE MORE
 
5. Combining Sentences.

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Quiz One | This site includes questions for your students to check their understanding.  SEE MORE
 
6. Conjunction-itis Popup.

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Find the correct conjunction form to combine two short sentences together into one! (a Quia quiz)  SEE MORE
 
7. Conjunctions & Interjections.

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A Quia quiz. Does the sentence contain a coordinating conjunction, a correlative conjunction, or an interjection?  SEE MORE
 
8. Conjunctions Quiz I.

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Click the answer buttons to see the answers.  SEE MORE
 
9. Conjunctions Quiz II.

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Combine the sentences using the conjunction given in parentheses.  SEE MORE
 
10. Fragments.

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6 interactive exercises with accompanying handouts.  SEE MORE
 
11. Identifying Sentences and Sentence Fragments (Rule 8 a).

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Decide whether each of the following groups of words is a sentence or a sentence fragment. (Printable pdf worksheet | 3 pages | answer key included) SEE MORE
 
12. Rags to Riches (Differentiating Sentences, Run-ons, and Fragments).

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Identify each sentence as complete, run-on, or a fragment.  SEE MORE
 
13. Repairing Run-On Sentences (Quiz).

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After each run-on sentence select the remedy that would best repair that sentence. (quiz)  SEE MORE
 
14. Sentence Fragments and Run-On Sentences (Quiz).

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From Quizizz.com a Sentence Fragments and Run-On Sentences quiz. (Register for a free account to see answers.) SEE MORE
 
15. Sentence Fragments.

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This online lesson is reading-intensive. It will work best with upper elementary and above. (Print friendly version available) SEE MORE
 
16. Sentences vs. Fragment: Floyd Danger Adventure.

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Send Floyd Danger on an adventure to get the book of complete sentences. Students will help him collect coins and unlock doors by categorizing complete sentences, sentence fragments, and run-on sentences. (Choose student and only enter birthday to play.) SEE MORE
 

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