Fix It Up Sentences (Capital Letters and Ending Punctuation) 6 pages - More packets available - $

Fix It Up Sentences (Capital Letters and Ending Punctuation)

Fix It Up Sentences (Capital Letters and Ending Punctuation) and read sentences that create a simple story - 6 pages -

This activity asks students to match the correct punctuation mark to the correct sentence.  They glue the punctuation mark in the box and then complete the worksheet by coloring the first word of each sentence red and the ending punctuation blue.  This works great as a review or a quick assessment!

Punctuation Cut & Paste

Engage students with this fun, interactive punctuation game. In this teacher vs. student powerpoint game, students are adding the correct punctuation to sentences. There are 3 options: period (.), exclamation mark (!), and question mark (?).

Teacher vs Student - Ending Punctuation Powerpoint Game

Engage students with this fun, interactive punctuation game. In this teacher vs. student powerpoint game, students are adding the correct punctuation to sentences. There are 3 options: period (.), and question mark (?

DAB it Activities - Punctuation (periods/question marks, statements/questions)

DAB it Activities - Punctuation

This is more of a fun worksheet to help students practice with punctuation. I would hand out a 'bingo dabber' per student and they have to chose whether a question mark or period fits.

Sentence Punctuation VELCRO Activity Match: Period, Question Mark or Exclamation Mark, 1st Grade Learning, 2nd Grade, Kids Educational Toy

Sentence Punctuation VELCRO Activity Match: Period, Question Mark or Exclamation Mark, Grade Learning, Grade, Kids Educational Toy

This is a great way for students to see what punctuation goes with each sentence. you could scramble up the note cards and have students put them back in the correct slot while reading them with the correct punctuation at the end.

Idea could be adapted for various grade levels, not just punctuation but sentence types too. Students sort words and phrase with the correct punctuation mark.

Where does a period go in a sentence? How about a question mark? Think you need more practice figuring out when to use one or the other? Look no further! Print out this worksheet and show off what you know about ending punctuations!

Practice makes perfect with punctuation so I would use this after I had initially taught the uses of a question mark & period to see if my students grasp the concept.

This is a worksheet I would use with students as they are being introduced to how punctuation should be used.

Punctuation Mark Exercises

What a fun way to teach kids about punctuation marks! Have them add the right ones with stickers.

Punctuation Stickers: A Fun Punctuation Activity

TEACH YOUR CHILD TO READ - Practice adding the correct punctuation to the end of a sentence with this easy grammar game. - Super Effective Program Teaches Children Of All Ages To Read.

Teaching ending punctuation. Perfect reminder for the beginning of the year. So many engaging activities in this post!

Five for Friday- the 2nd Week in and a FREEBIE

Writing- This center will help the students to edit their writing by being aware of correct punctuation. Students sort sentences with the correct ending punctuation.

Students read the sentence strips and determine which punctuation is missing.  They add the missing punctuation and assemble the craftivity! $

Punctuation Pockets Craftivity

punctuation pockets - students read the sentence strips and determine which punctuation is missing. they add the missing punctuation and assemble the craftivity!

Do your students struggle with putting punctuation marks in the correct spots? Try using these "Punctuation Paragraphs" from School and the City. It's an interactive, hand-on writing activity for students to practice using punctuation of all kinds.

Missing Punctuation Paragraphs

Are your students struggling to put punctuation marks in the correct spots? This product includes paragraphs (missing punctuation) of four different levels so you can scaffold your students to become better writers.

Read and clip the punctuation! Fun and hands-on literacy practice activities

Spring Math & Literacy Centers {First Grade}

Read and clip the punctuation! Fun and hands-on literacy practice activities Cards to use in a center where students clothes pin the correct punctuation.

Make sentences without the punctuation marks and kids have to decide whether it needs a question mark or period.

Make sentences without the punctuation marks and kids have to decide whether it needs a question mark or full stop. Could also add exclamation sentences.

We will be working with punctuation this week and my kids will playing this fun twist to Red Light, Green Light!

Play Punctuation Red Light, Green Light

First Grade Punctuation Activities: Play Punctuation Red Light, Green Light Teachers: here's another idea for a lesson - it is simple and the kids will LOVE it -- especially your kids with tons of energy

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