Comma Man! – You are given sentences that are severely lacking commas.
Introductory Phrases – You will need to be a little creative here on this.
Mouse Introductory Phrases – Is it a full sentence or is it just a phrase?
Using Commas with Introductory Phrases – See if the author forget any commas in their work.
Weightless! – The punctuation marks are just floating in midair.
More Introductory Phrases – Rewrite each sentence adding one of the introductory phrases provided. Remember to punctuate the sentence correctly.
Identifying Introductory Phrases – An introductory phrase can be an interjection, or it can be a phrase or clause introducing the rest of the sentence, upon whose conditions the rest of the sentence is dependent.
Interjections as Introductory Phrases – Punctuate the introductory phrases in the following sentences.
Introductory Phrases – Read each set of sentence. Then rewrite each set as a single sentence with an introductory phrase. Use correct punctuation.
College Bound – Rewrite each sentence, correcting the punctuation.
I Can't Stand Camp! – Pauline is away at camp, and she wrote a postcard to her friend Jill. Read Pauline's postcard.
All About Bucky – Add punctuation where needed to the sentences.
Why is Labor Day in September? – Add punctuation to the paragraph.
The Millers – Rewrite the paragraph, correcting the punctuation.
The Jack o'Lantern Origin Story – Read the Halloween themed paragraph. Add punctuation where needed.