The First Thanksgiving – See if you think a comma belongs in that part of the sentence.
Coordinating Conjunctions – Smash two sentences into one.
Commas and Coordinating Conjunctions – Define how the commas are being technically used in the sentences.
Using Commas – You are basically a teacher with this one.
The Water Park – Rewrite the full paragraph and enjoy your week.
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow – Used a colored marker or colored pencil to add commas where needed. Look for introductory phrases and coordinating conjunctions.
Coordinating Conjunction Cats – Use each of the coordinating conjunctions below in a compound sentence. In each sentence you write, underline the two independent clauses.
Conjunctions and Commas – Commas are often used in sentences joined by a conjunction, like and, but, or, nor, or for. Combine each set of sentences below, using conjunctions and commas.
Curious Appetites – Coordinating conjunctions join two independent clauses to make a compound sentence. The coordinating conjunctions are for, and, nor, but, or, yet, and so (FANBOYS).
About Henry – Underline the independent clauses. Add commas so that the sentences are properly punctuated.
Set a Class Record! – Who in your class can write the longest, grammatically correct sentence?
Building Longer Sentences – Use coordinating conjunctions to combine the sentences below into a single sentence. Follow the example.
Commas and Coordinating Conjunctions – In each sentence below, separate the independent clauses, remove the coordinating conjunction, and rewrite each sentence as two sentences.
Using Commas with Coordinating Conjunctions – Combine each set of sentences, using commas and coordinating conjunctions.
Identifying Coordinating Conjunctions – Each of the sentences below contains the words for, and, nor, but, or, yet, or so.