Harvest Season – Fill out the basket tags to tell what is in each basket.
Which One is Correct? – Where does the comma go?
Punctuating Lists – Jimmy is the Pet show spokesman of sorts.
Items in a Series – Color the flowers for correct sentences.
Punctuating Items in a Series – Add the correct punctuation as needed.
Trick or Treat! – The passage has had all of its punctuation marks removed. Read the passage. Use a colored marker or colored pencil to add punctuation where needed to separate items in a series.
Commas | Semicolons – In each set of sentences below, only one correctly punctuates items in series. Choose the correct sentence and write its letter on the line.
Punctuating Items in a Series – Combine each group of sentences below into a single sentence. Use commas and/or semicolons as appropriate.
Items in a List – Write a sentence using each list provided below. Remember to use proper punctuation.
Recognizing items in a Series – Read the passage. Underline the items in each sentence that are in a series. Then answer the questions.
Listing Items in Sentences – Complete each sentence below, incorporating the items in parentheses.
Martin Luther King, Jr. – Read each list of facts about Martin Luther King, Jr. Then use them to write a short paragraph whose sentences include properly punctuated items in a series.
Using Punctuation to Separate Items in a Series – The table contains the titles of five books, their authors, and the reason why they were once banned. Use this information to create a single sentence that presents all of this information.
At the Grocery Store – Read each grocery list . Write a sentence for each list, that includes each item on that list. Be sure to properly punctuate your sentence.
Using Commas and Semicolons – In each sentence below some punctuation is missing between the underlined words. Does it need a comma or a semicolon? Write the letter of the correct answer on the line.