Full Stops and Question Marks

Young writers practice using capital letters, periods, and question marks correctly. The three-page learning exercise has 30 sentences altogether. In the first 20, learners must capitalize and simply add the punctuation mark they are directed to put at the end of the sentence. The last 10 sentences require them to determine if a period or a question mark is needed. Good, basic practice for the little ones!

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Grade
1st - 2nd
Subjects
English Language Arts
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Duration
15 mins
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Skills Practice
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