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Edward Howell Designs: Grammar Posters. Dependent words and complex sentences.

Comma Splice info graphic - this is helpful. This is a common error for me :-/.

Great chart with comma rules. I'd add that Rule 2 doesn't change even when you follow AP style and omit the final comma in a series. Also, commas almost never go after "and" or "but."

Edward Howell Designs: Grammar Posters. Very nice grammar posters for older kiddos. Would work well in middle school.

Certainly an interesting twist on this. I could see it really helping some kids to remember the difference!

This resource supports teaching language skills by looking at well written sentences, rather than poorly written sentences. Included are 20 printable student sheets, lessons, and teaching ideas. Why not put well-written sentences in front of students and ask them what they notice is working? The worst that will happen is that we are exposing them to sentences full of correct grammar, mechanics, spelling, subject/verb agreement, punctuation, and much more!

Tired of pointing out comma splices and run-ons? Help your students learn with Grammar Games!

Use these attractive posters in your classroom to remind your students how to build good sentences.