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5th Grade Common Core: L.5.1

Common Core Identifier: L.5.1 / Grade: 5
Curriculum: Language: Conventions of Standard English
Detail: Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.
54 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
In the story, the advisers provide synonyms for every word that is spoken. Students choose a word and use a thesaurus to find synonyms for that word.
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Change each passive-voice sentence to active voice.
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Tell which sentences are written in active voice, and which sentences are passive voice.
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Tell whether each sentence was written in active voice or passive voice. Write the letter A or P on each line.
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Week one of our 5th grade ELA Buzz series reviews some of the topics students learned toward the end of 4th grade, including title capitalization, Greek roots, similes, and more!
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This worksheet has two sections. In the first, students will circle the correct words to complete the sentences. In the second, they will circle the negatives and rewrite the sentences without the double negatives.
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By correcting the mistakes in these sentences, students are practicing their proofreading and editing skills. Errors include spelling, punctuation, and capitalization.
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Find and fix the mistakes in spelling, grammar, and punctuation. Examples of mistakes include the wrong use of there/their/they're, putting incorrect spaces in compound words, and missing punctuation.
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This file can be printed out and given out to students to help them learn about active and passive voice.
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Find the mistakes in these sentences and rewrite the sentences correctly.
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This set of worksheets includes important writing and grammar concepts such as me vs. I, capitalization of proper nouns, and more.
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Challenge your students to find the mistakes in these sentences. Errors include common misspellings, possessive apostrophes, verb tense issues, and more.
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This printout has 15 sentences for students to determine whether they are written in active or passive voice.
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This next group of daily worksheets includes spelling, capitalization, and verb usage errors.
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Words such as no, not, none, nothing, never, nobody, nowhere, and neither are often used in double negatives, but they're not alone. This worksheet has some less common negative adverbs used in double negative sentences, such as hardly, barely, and little.
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The words I and me are first person pronouns. Choose the correct word to complete each sentence.
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Your fifth graders can practice their proofreading skills with these Fix the Sentences worksheets.
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In this week's group of worksheets, students will correct verb tense mistakes, errors with quotation marks, common misspellings, and more.
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Have your 5th graders continue to practice proofreading with this set of daily worksheets. Errors include common misspellings such as there/their/they're, punctuation, and more.
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Irregular verb tenses, abbreviations, and common misspellings are a few of the concepts covered in this week's set of Fix the Sentences worksheets.
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These worksheets reinforce ELA skills by having students correct grammatical errors in sentences.
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Find and correct the mistakes in these sentences. Errors include spelling, capitalization, punctuation, and more.
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This worksheet includes a short explanation on what double negatives are and how to fix them. It also includes 6 sentences with double negatives for students to fix and rewrite.
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Fix the spelling, punctuation, and other grammatical errors you find in these daily worksheets!
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These daily proofreading worksheets reinforce important grade-level writing skills. They're a great activity to start the morning, break up the day, or use as an exit activity.
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This worksheet includes a 2-paragraph passage written primarily in passive voice. Have your students rewrite the passage to use only active voice.
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Spot the errors in these sentences and correct them. Potential errors may include spelling, punctuation, subject-verb agreement, and capitalization.
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The final group of 5th grade Fix the Sentences worksheets includes mistakes such as common misspellings, contractions, homophones, and more!
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Get more practice with double negatives with this worksheet. Students will circle the correct words to complete each sentence.
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Find and fix the mistakes in these sentences.
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Stay on top of daily ELA practice with this next set of 5 worksheets. From verb tense and affixes to spelling and grammar, these worksheets cover a little bit of everything.
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With this worksheet, students will identify double negatives and rewrite sentences to avoid using them.
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This next set of Fix the Sentences worksheets will encourage students to continue to perfect their proofreading skills.
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Find and fix the mistakes in these sentences to keep practicing key proofreading and writing skills.
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This worksheet has 10 passive-voice sentences. Students will rewrite the sentences to be in active voice.
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Correct the spelling, punctuation, and other grammar mistakes in each of the sentences.
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See how good your students' proofreading skills are with this set of worksheets.
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Show students how to avoid and fix double negatives in sentences with this helpful anchor chart.
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Each of these task cards has a sentence in either active or passive voice. Students will rewrite the sentence in the opposite tense and identify the new tense. Use these task cards for learning centers, general practice, exit tickets, or any other purpose you can think of!
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Students can practice their proofreading skills by looking for the mistakes and rewriting the sentences correctly.
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Print out these task cards and use them with your class for extra practice on how to avoid using double negatives in sentences.
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This worksheet has a box to describe the different between the pronouns I and me. Then write the correct word on the blank lines to complete each sentence.
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Correct and rewrite these sentences to practice proofreading skills.
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Circle the double negatives. Then on the lines provided, rewrite the sentences to avoid using a double negative.
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Work on fixing grammar, spelling, and other writing mistakes with these next five worksheets.
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Practice more proofreading with these daily worksheets. Fix common misspellings, punctuation mistakes, and more.
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With this worksheet, students are given sentences that may be written in either active or passive voice. They will identify the active voice sentences and rewrite the passive ones to be active.
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Read through each sentence and find the mistakes. Then rewrite the sentences correctly.
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Irregular plurals, commonly confused words, and punctuation are a few of the topics covered in this set of proofreading worksheets.
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This worksheet dives into how to deal with double negatives when a sentence has more than one clause.
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Common misspellings, possessive apostrophes, and irregular verb tenses are just some of the concepts you can expect to see in this week's set of Fix the Sentences worksheets.
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Have your students continue practicing their proofreading skills by using these daily worksheets.
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These proofreading sentences are all winter themed, as are the pictures that go along with them.
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With these daily worksheets, students can practice their grammar and proofreading skills. The sentences include mistakes such as common misspellings (ex. your and you're), punctuation, and subject-verb agreement.
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