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5th Grade Interactive Language Arts Skill Builders

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Punctuation and General Grammar - CCSS L.5.2


Links verified on 12/26/2023

1. Apostrophe Quiz.

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(PDF)Put apostrophes where you think they should go in the following sentences. Put an o or a p to show whether they are for omission or possession.  SEE MORE
 
2. Comma practice.

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5 interactive quizzes of varied levels with accompanying handout. SEE MORE
 
3. Commas in Quotations.

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Read the directions and take the online quiz. SEE MORE
 
4. Dear Mr. Henshaw.

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Parts of a friendly Letter. (a Quia quiz) SEE MORE
 
5. Extreme Sentence Surgeons: Saving Critically Injured Paragraphs.

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Use your superior skills to fix the bad spelling words, add commas, capital letters, periods, apostrophes, and change words used incorrectly. The paragraphs are counting on you. Be careful, though. You only get three incorrect fixes before your paragraph dies. You must completely fix two paragraphs before earning your Ph.D. in extreme sentence surgery.  SEE MORE
 
6. Fun Factory - Punctuation & Capitalization.

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Practice punctuation, capitalization, formatting...and toy-building! Fix the errors in the sentences in order to gain parts for your very own dollhouse, bike, scooter and more.  SEE MORE
 
7. Gameshow Quiz - Punctuation Game.

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A multiple choice quiz with time pressure, lifelines and a bonus round. SEE MORE
 
8. Grammar Gorillas.

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Advanced level - Practice identifying all parts of speech. SEE MORE
 
9. Match Up - Punctuation.

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Drag and drop each keyword next to its definition. SEE MORE
 
10. Parts of Speech.

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Identify the part of speech that will complete the sentence. SEE MORE
 
11. Punctuation Mystery.

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This game revolves around the knowledge of six punctuation marks: the period, the question mark, the comma, the quotation marks, the exclamation point, and the apostrophe. Each level demands a customized skill set with punctuation marks. This game will help students be able to use commas and quotation marks in addresses and dialogues, and form and use possessives.  SEE MORE
 
12. The Semicolon Wars.

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Lead the semicolons to stirring victories over their neighbors by using semicolons, periods, commas, and colons correctly by blasting them into their correct places in the sentences that appear! If you succeed, you can print out your semicolon supreme ruler certificate.  SEE MORE
 

Internet4classrooms is a collaborative effort by Susan Brooks and Bill Byles.
 

  

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