Comma Rules, Apostrophes, Underlining and Other Free Grammar Sheets

This post has a collection of free grammar worksheets I’ve made for the kids over the past couple of years. You’ll find practice sheets on the major comma rules, apostrophes, underlining and more:

This first set, covers the basic comma rules.  We read over the rules together, then my son had to figure out which rule applied to each sentence and had to add in the appropriate comma/s.

By the way, I included the answers as well, but they are not shown in the collage below. The Comma Rules Worksheet is free to download:

 Comma Rules and Practice Worksheets:

 CommaRules-and-Practice-Worksheets

I just thought I’d add that for our family, we spend three days on this.  We went over the rules each day and then did 6 or 7 sentences… that way we were really reinforcing the rules. On the first day, I wrote examples for DD on the back of the paper as we went over the rules and she added the commas. She actually referred to the examples of the rules more than the rules themselves as she worked on the rest of it the next few days.

And another older post: 

We tend to switch back and forth between our spelling program and our grammar work.  This past week we worked on grammar and I made a few more sheets that paralleled the topics that were covered in our Write Source Skills Book (here’s a link to Write source Skills Book: Grade 2  and Write Source: Skillbook Grade 4 (affiliate links)).  If you’re interested you can download the worksheets I made for the kids. They cover the use of

Apostrophes Quotation Marks Underlining Practice Worksheets

Apostrophe-QuotationMark-Underlining-Worksheets

In addition to our free grammar worksheets, we have also been using the Write Source Skills Books for years.  They provide some basic grammar rules and are straight forward.  I have found that I need to supplement these (with our own sheets) as I spot problems in their writing, but I’m quite happy with these, especially at the price (below $10).  Amazon carries them and here a link to one of the books,  Write Source: Skillbook Grade 5, (affiliate link).  ED is finishing up the Grade 2 Skillsbook: Write source Skills Book (affiliate link).

WriteSourceSkillsBooks

The other book that we have used in the past year or so are the Editor in Chief®  books by the Critical Thinking Company. (affiliate link).  I really like these books because they have a short paragraph and tell the kids exactly what kind and how many errors to look for.  And, these books, unlike the SkillsBook above provide the answers in the back so the kids can check their own work.

Editor-in-Chief

Disclosure:  Please note that some of the links above are affiliate links, and at no additional cost to you, I will earn a commission if you decide to make a purchase.

You might also be interested in this post: Our Homeschool Language Arts, Spelling, and Grammar Curriculum

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Here are some of the other free language arts related materials I’ve made for the kids:

Apostrophe Rules and Practice Sheet — There/they’re/their and its/it’s Practice

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Recently, I made a new apostrophe worksheet for my youngest daughter. You’ll find that here:  Free Apostrophe Worksheet

Apostrophe-Possession-Worksheet

 Here is a practice sheet I made for their/there/they’re and its/it’sTheirThereTheyreItsIts-PracticeWorksheet

 

Grammar Worksheets: Synonyms and Antonyms:Synonyms-Antonyms

Other free grammar worksheets you can download:

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