More Commas in a Sentence

More Commas in a Sentence

A non-identifying clause is used to add extra, secondary information to a sentence and is set apart by commas. In this grammar and punctuation worksheet, children learn how to identify and punctuate non-identifying clauses, then practice adding them to sentences. A helpful example gets them started! This worksheet, designed for a third grade reading and writing curriculum, supports students as they learn to correctly use commas in sentences with non-identifying clauses.

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