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5th Grade Interactive Language Arts Skill Builders

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Punctuation and General Grammar - CCSS L.5.2


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1. Comma Exercise 3.

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Place commas wherever they are needed in each of the ten sentences.(self checking) SEE MORE
 
2. .Proofreading Makes Perfect

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Proofreading Makes Perfect - Correct these sentences by typing in correct grammar. (self checking) SEE MORE
 
3. 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
 
4. Comma Exercise 1.

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Add commas as needed in the sentences below. On the line to the left of each sentence, write the number of the appropriate comma rule (rules are available). If the sentence is correct as it is, write C on the line and refer to the appropriate rule in parentheses after the sentence.(self check) SEE MORE
 
5. Comma Exercise 2.

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Add commas as needed in the sentences below. On the line to the left of each sentence, write the number of the appropriate comma rule (rules are available). If the sentence is correct as it is, write C on the line and refer to the appropriate rule in parentheses after the sentence.(self check)  SEE MORE
 
6. Comma Exercise 4.

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Place commas wherever they are needed in each of the eighteen sentences. (self checking) SEE MORE
 
7. Comma Exercise 5.

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Place commas wherever they are needed in each of the seventeen sentences.(self checking)) SEE MORE
 
8. Comma practice.

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

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

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Parts of a friendly Letter. (a Quia quiz) SEE MORE
 
11. Grammar Blast.

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Various online graded activities dealing with 5th grade grammar skills. Answer 10 questions and earn up to 100 game points. To play just choose a quiz. SEE MORE
 
12. Grammar Gorillas.

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Advanced level - Practice identifying all parts of speech. SEE MORE
 
13. Is this sentence correct?

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Online Quia Quiz. Select if a sentence is correct or not by clicking on the yes or no button. Answer sheet available. (This page contains a Java applet) SEE MORE
 
14. Jelly Fish.

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Fill a tank with tropical fish using prefixes, roots, and suffixes.  SEE MORE
 
15. Parts of Speech.

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Identify the part of speech that will complete the sentence. SEE MORE
 
16. Power Proofreading - comma practice.

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Choose 5th grade then select; The Tanaka Twins, or any one of the mixed practice exercises. (Must have Macromedia® Shockwave Player on your computer and Internet Explorer) SEE MORE
 
17. Quiz on Comma Usage.

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Click on "The paragraph, please!" and a paragraph will appear in the top text-area. Insert the necessary commas. There are two separate paragraphs in this exercise. SEE MORE
 
18. Quotation Marks and Commas.

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Online Quiz. Insert the necessary punctuation marks -- quotation marks, commas, etc. -- and capitalize words where necessary. SEE MORE
 
19. Using Commas with Introductory Phrases.

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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). (self checking) SEE MORE
 
20. Wacky Web Tales.

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Choose a tale and then enter the requested parts of speech to see what crazy story you wrote. SEE MORE
 
21. Welcome to Commas: Fill in the Blanks.

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In each blank space in the paragraphs below provide a comma where it is appropriate or write a small-case "x" (without the quotation marks) where a comma is not necessary. You can click on Check Answers to see which of your answers are correct. SEE MORE
 

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