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  • Dina Miller

    Fanboys: The Coordinating Conjunctions used in compound sentences. Glue into writer's notebook for application when writing and to reinforce grammar lessons on compound sentences.

  • Ellen Engelhardt

    Glue into writer's notebook/hang on wall as anchor chart for application when writing and to reinforce grammar lessons on compound sentences.

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    Dear America - Essay Writing: SIMPLE, COMPOUND AND COMPLEX SENTENCES

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Liked: This helped my fifth-grade students in our complex/compound/simple sentence lessons. /// Learned: Must...fake...enthusiasm for...grammar...if...want...students...to...care.

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Third Grade Grammar Worksheets: Great Grammar: Compound Sentences

5th grade grammar test that checks the following skills: complete sentences, fragments, four kinds of sentences, subjects, predicates, compound sentences, and punctuating titles.

In English, there are seven coordinating conjunctions. They are for, and, nor, but, or, yet and so. They are also known by the mnemonic device FANBOYS. These seven coordinators follow similar punctuation rules, but they are used differently in sentences.

Coordinating Conjunctions and How to Use Them [infographic] | Grammar Newsletter - English Grammar Newsletter

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."