Commas in Addresses Worksheets:
Help Rufus with Addresses - It is tough for dogs to use proper English. This little pup has a lot of friends across the country, isn't it obvious?
A Canoe Trip - Which paddle sums it all up? I would recommend you say them aloud to hear where the pauses belong.
Post Cards from Abroad - Address these postcards to send out in the mail. Make sure to use the name and address under each
Sending Gifts - Does the postcard deserve a stamp? Review the following addresses. If the envelope is
addressed correctly place an “x” in the stamp box.
Penguin Fun - Color the cube of ice if the address is written correctly. The ice cubes are found to the right.
Writing Addresses Practice - Unscramble the address and rewrite it on the line correctly. Note that there are two lines within each box.
Peanut Addresses - Cut and paste a peanut by each of the addresses. If the address is "correct" paste a peanut with a "c" on it by the address.
Tropical Addresses - Match the pictures and write the city and state correctly on the line. You can feel free to look these up, if you are not familiar with these relatively famous vacation areas.
Singing the Blues - Color the music notes if the addresses are written incorrectly. The notes are found to the forward right of each of the addresses.
Racing Across America - Place an "X" in the box if everything pans out for you and you are pretty sure they are ready to sent in the mail.
Delicious Addresses - Cut and paste a cherry on top of the ice cream cone if the address
is written incorrectly.
Traveling Route 66 - Color the Route 66 sign if the address is written incorrectly. This is the famous mid-west interstate highway that stretches pretty far across the United States.
Farming Addresses - Underline the city and state, cross out any comma that is wrong, and add a comma where one is needed.