Conjunctions and Commas Worksheets
Do your kids remember coordinating conjunctions? Did you say FANBOYS? That's right! With these using commas with coordinating conjunctions worksheets pdf, children will effectively refresh their learning about the rule of using a comma before coordinating conjunctions to separate two independent clauses. These exercises contain pairs of sentences like "Carolina baked a pumpkin pie. Susan baked cupcakes." The two independent sentences can be joined together using a coordinating conjunction separated by a comma: "Carolina baked a pie, and Susan baked cupcakes" to make a compound sentence. The students are required to rewrite each sentence, separating the clauses with a comma wherever necessary.
These printable conjunctions and commas worksheets are recommended for learners in grade 4 and grade 5.