Commas and Quotation Marks Worksheets:
As Told By Sid - Sid the Seagull is spilling the beans. You will review an author's sentence and see if the dialogue they wrote is correct.
John's Ice Cream Cone - Choose the sentence from each set that uses quotation marks and
Late for Dinner - Find the speaker's words and add quotes and commas where they are necessary.
Trick or Treat! - You are basically grading these sentences. Read each sentence below. If the sentence is punctuated correctly, put a check mark on the line.
If it is punctuated incorrectly, write an X on the line.
Shopping - A little bit of a cartoon going on here. Copy each quote on the lines below that has the same number as the speech
bubble. Add commas and quotation marks where needed.
Jessie the Jester
- Read the story below. Underline direct speech. Then use a colored
marker or colored pencil to add quotation marks and commas where needed.
The Mysterious Boot
- Underline each speaker's exact words. Add punctuation where needed. These will need some TLC.
- Read the paragraph below. Then rewrite it, adding quotation marks
and commas where appropriate.
A Walk in the
Park - Ms. McMillan is blind. Every day she walks in the park
with her guide dog, Ben. She enjoys hearing all of the other people
in the park.
The Secret Club
- Georgianna, Wilma and Haley formed a secret club. Only kids who
can say the correct password at the clubhouse door are allowed to
Dear Mom... -
Jane is spending the week away from home, and she wrote a postcard
to her mother. Read Jane's postcard.
Sam and Joe
- Copy each quote on the lines below. Be careful to add commas and
quotation marks where they are needed.
A Bad Day -
Read the story below. Underline all of the direct speech. Then add
quotation marks and commas were needed.
Tales from the Bus
- Each sentence below contains indirect speech. Rewrite each sentence
to contain direct speech. Use commas and quotation marks where needed.
Follow the example.