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Aug 27

Punctuation Task Cards


Download these FREE task cards. The task cards contain passages from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. In this practice commas, dashes, and parentheses have been omitted. Student rewrite the sentences placing the correct punctuation around non-restrictive clauses.Turn punctuation practice into a game-like activity with these FREE task cards. The task cards contain passages from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.

Task Cards

In this practice commas, dashes, and parentheses have been omitted. Student rewrite the sentences placing the correct punctuation around non-restrictive clauses. This collection of cards is set up to work well with the game Scoot. Also, students do not have to read The Wonderful Wizard of Oz to enjoy using these task cards. Click here to get the task cards.

Scoot Game

Playing Scoot turns using a set of task cards into a game. You play by placing one task card on each student’s desk. For easier recording, place the cards in numerical order. Give each student one copy of a sheet to record answers.

Directions

Each student will read the question on the activity card on his/her desk and will record the answer. After a length of time (approximately 1 minute),a signal is given for the students to scoot to the next desk. The signal may simply be the teacher saying “move” or a noise such as a bell. The procedure repeats at each desk. The activity continues until all students end up at the desks where they began the activity.

Common Core Skills

  • Punctuation

 

If you discover your students need practice going over definitions and rules related to using punctuation to set of nonrestrictive elements, check out these FREE foldable graphic organizers. Here again, the organizers may be used as a stand alone activity independent from the book.

In Chapter 16, you will find an organizer going over the differences between nonrestrictive and restrictive clauses

In Chapter 17, you will find an organizer going over when the use commas, parentheses, and dashes. 

Free Foldable Organizer for Teaching Restrictive vs. Non-Restrictive Clauses

Free Foldable Organizer for Teaching Using Dashes, Commas, and Parentheses to Set off Non-Restrictive Elements

 

Gay Miller

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