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  • Proofreading exercises are great learning experiences. Not only do they help kids identify and correct mistakes in punctuation and spelling, they're also good for practicing an important step in the writing process. Help your little writer flex his proofreading skills by challenging him to correct all the capitalization, spelling, and punctuation errors in the passages.

    Purdue University's Online Writing Lab (OWL) has proofreading exercises covering such topics as grammar, punctuation, spelling, sentence structure and writing numbers. OWL exercises can be printed out and complete answer keys are available online. Individual exercises focus on specific areas including prepositions, proper use of adjectives and adverbs and subject-verb agreement.

  • Purdue University's Online Writing Lab (OWL) has proofreading exercises covering such topics as grammar, punctuation, spelling, sentence structure and writing numbers. OWL exercises can be printed out and complete answer keys are available online. Individual exercises focus on specific areas including prepositions, proper use of adjectives and adverbs and subject-verb agreement.

    Proofreading exercises can be helpful in developing the skills needed to be a successful editor. Exercises may cover such topics as capitalization, spelling, sentence style and structure. They can also be used by students and professional writers who want to learn how to edit their own work before submitting it to a teacher or editor for review.

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    Age: 9-14
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    Proofreading exercises can be helpful in developing the skills needed to be a successful editor. Exercises may cover such topics as capitalization, spelling, sentence style and structure. They can also be used by students and professional writers who want to learn how to edit their own work before submitting it to a teacher or editor for review.

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Here at The No-Nonsense Proofreading Course, we'll be providing you with a plentiful supply of printable proofreading exercises, gratis. Plus, the eBook itself points you to a near-limitless supply of exercises that will not only help you get in practice but will form a crucial part of your promotional activity once you start looking for paying proofreading work.