Fifth Grade Ela Punctuation WorksheetsBack
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- Punctuate Me: Quotation Marks & Capitalization
Kids practice using quotation marks correctly and identifying words that should be capitalized in this grammar and punctuation worksheet.
- Sentence Editing
This fun and spooky worksheet focuses on sentence editing. Your student will correct all the grammatical errors he finds in the worksheet.
- Punctuate Me: Using Commas
Get your child's punctuation engines started with this worksheet that breaks down where and how to use commas.
- Using Commas
Comma usage is a tricky task! Is your student up to the challenge? This grammar sheet will quiz your child on his knowledge of commas.
- Reading Response Letter Interactive
Students will look over a sample reading response letter and identify important elements in the text.
- Capitalizing and Punctuating Titles and Headings
Show your students that learning to capitalize and punctuate titles isn’t that hard when they review and practice these simple guidelines.
- Using Quotation Marks
When writing dialogue, it's important to know where to place quotation marks and other punctuation. Get some practice with this passage from The Secret Garden.
- Text Grammar
Help your tween regain command of formal writing with this worksheet that translates text grammar back into complete sentences.
- Shrink Ray Contractions #3
Fifth graders build their contraction knowledge by helping the shrink ray identify words that can be combined and writing the corresponding contractions.
- Possessive Apostrophe Review
This activity will review that one simple rule and provide some examples to apply this rule.
- Punctuation Power!
Kids practice commas and ending punctuation with this worksheet.
- Punctuating Your Letter
Challenge students to find and edit specific punctuation errors! This letter-editing exercise is good practice for students learning to write both formal letters — like persuasive or business correspondence — and friendly, informal letters.
- Reading Response Letter Format
Use this activity to teach students the structure and content of a reading response letter.
- Shrink Ray Contractions #1
Give your fifth grader a spin on the contraction shrink ray to help him tackle identifying and spelling contractions.
- Compound Your Sentences
This small-group exercise makes crafting compound sentences fun!
- Letter Checklist
There are a lot of parts to a letter. This checklist helps students ensure they have a complete and polished piece of correspondence. It includes the main parts of a letter; conventions; format; and tips for how to choose a closing.
- Cite and Explain Your Evidence #1: Literary Response
This guided practice reinforces how strong writers make a claim that they can support with strong evidence.
- Letter Template
Help your students write letters to a pen pal, faraway relative, and others! This letter template gives students practice writing formal letters — like persuasive or business correspondence — and friendly, informal letters.
- Where Do Commas Belong?
With this exercise, students will learn some of the most common ways to use a comma.
- Fun Practice Making Compound Sentences
Making compound sentences has never been this fun!
- How to Cite Strong Evidence: Literary Response
These example literary responses model how to cite and explain evidence to support a claim.
- Collecting Strong Evidence
This graphic organizer will help your young writers organize and explain their supporting evidence.
- Shrink Ray Contractions #2
Help your fifth grader practice spelling contractions and identifying the words they stand for by zapping them with the contraction shrink ray!
- Direct Address
Practice writing and saying direct address questions with this page from our upcoming punctuation workbook.