Fifth Grade Punctuation Worksheets and Printables

Not only do these fifth grade punctuation worksheets help your ten- or eleven-year-old improve his writing, they also encourage him to practice good editing skills. Kids will learn where and when to use certain kinds of punctuation, and they'll also learn to recognize when punctuation is used incorrectly or in the wrong place.
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Proofreading Practice #3 Proofreading Practice #3 Help your beginning writer become an excellent essay-writer with this helpful proofreading practice sheet.
Sentence Editing Sentence Editing This fun and spooky worksheet focuses on sentence editing.
Using Quotation Marks Using Quotation Marks When writing dialogue, it's important to know where to place quotation marks and other punctuation.
Paragraph Editing Paragraph Editing In this paragraph editing page, kids will have a great time editing this love letter from a Victorian gentleman.
Comma Splicing Comma Splicing What is a comma splice, and how do you fix it?
Punctuation Quiz Punctuation Quiz Make sure your fifth grader is punctuating properly!
Using Commas Using Commas Comma usage is a tricky task! Is your student up to the challenge?
Punctuate Me: Quotation Marks & Capitalization Punctuate Me: Quotation Marks & Capitalization With lessons on using quotation marks and capitalization, this worksheet is packed with learning!
Does your fifth grader need a little periodic practice in grammar? Print out these worksheets for a quick grammar brush-up.
Grammar Brush-up for Fifth Graders Does your fifth grader need a little periodic practice in grammar?
Punctuate Me: Using Commas Punctuate Me: Using Commas Get your child's punctuation engines started with this worksheet that breaks down where and how to use commas.
Direct Address Direct Address Practice writing and saying direct address questions with this page from our upcoming punctuation workbook.
Tag Questions Tag Questions Learn how to properly write and say tag questions, a special kind of question that has a short "tag" word or phrase at the end, with this fun excerpt from our upcoming punctuation workbook.
Yes or No Answers Yes or No Answers Aye, matey...this worksheet about how to properly write yes or no answers is a swashbuckling good time!
How to Write Titles How to Write Titles Learn how to write titles with this page from our new punctuation workbook.
Introductory Elements Introductory Elements No, introductory elements aren't hellos and how-do-you-dos--they're a little piece of a sentence that gets things started.
Correcting Run-On Sentences Correcting Run-On Sentences Take a crack at correcting run-on sentences (all based on classic Shakespeare quotes) in this page from one of our upcoming workbooks.
Not only do these fifth grade punctuation worksheets help your ten- or eleven-year-old improve his writing, they also encourage him to practice good editing skills. Kids will learn where and when to use certain kinds of punctuation, and they'll also learn to recognize when punctuation is used incorrectly or in the wrong place.