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3rd Grade Interactive Language Arts Skill Builders

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Punctuation - CCSS L.3.2


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1. Capitalization Cruise.

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This game is about capitalization. It has two levels. In Level 1, you need to capitalize a given sentence correctly by clicking on the letter(s) that should be in uppercase. Each question uses only one capitalization rule. In Level 2, you have to click on the correctly capitalized sentence among the given options. These questions use miscellaneous capitalization rules. SEE MORE
 
2. Capitalization Jeopardy.

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Identify the capitalization errors by correctly writing the words in the box. Separate your answers by a comma.  SEE MORE
 
3. Capitalization Test 1.

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Here’s a fun-to-read, 20 question capitalization test. The storyline follows Bruce Hand, the famous adventurer, and his blunders in Africa. It’s not only great fun, it’s an excellent assessment tool. SEE MORE
 
4. Correct Punctuation.

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Click on a level to get texts where different punctuation marks and capitalization letters have slipped away. Your task is to correct the texts so that they become easy to read again. You need to correct all texts to complete the round.  SEE MORE
 
5. Grammar Gorillas.

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Help the gorillas identify parts of speech. Select the correct part of speech to complete the sentence. Each time you select the correct word, the Grammar Gorillas get a banana. SEE MORE
 
6. Placing Apostrophes in Possessives.

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Choose the correct possessive noun to complete simple sentences. Some nouns in this game in S, and some are plural nouns, making it trickier than usual! Placing apostrophes in possessive nouns is a tricky skill–kids need to practice often to figure out the rules. (Join Education.com for free access.)  SEE MORE
 
7. Punctuate!

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Match the punctuation with the correct meaning of its usage. [Concentration Style Game]  SEE MORE
 
8. Punctuation Mystery.

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In this game, you'll see words arranged in a sidewise stack to form sentences. But, they are missing punctuation marks. Click on the correct punctuation mark from the bottom screen and drag. Drop it at the correct place in the sentence. SEE MORE
 
9. Punctuation Speed Check.

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You are given an incomplete sentence at the bottom screen. You have to identify the missing punctuation mark in the given options, and click on it to win the race. SEE MORE
 
10. Rags to Riches (Capitalization and Punctuation).

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Pick the answer that has the correct punctuation and capitalization. SEE MORE
 
11. Using Commas in a Series: Quiz.

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Students are first given a working definition of a comma, then asked to identify which sentence features the correct use of the comma. Built especially with second to fourth graders in mind.(Join Education.com to get free access.) SEE MORE
 

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