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These worksheets will help you teach everything from periods, exclamation points, and questions to commas and quotation marks.
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Periods, Question Marks, Exclamation PointsPeriods & question marks Free
Add a period to the end of each statement. Add a question mark to the end of each question.End Punctuation Member
Choose the correct punctuation mark for the end of each sentence. Choose from period, exclamation point, and question mark.Types of Sentences Member
Tell whether each sentence is a question, a command, or a statement.Cut and Paste Punctuation 1 Member
Cut out the sentences and paste them in the correct category. Tell whether the sentences are questions or statements.Cut and Paste Punctuation 2 Member
Cut out the sentences and paste them in the correct category. Tell whether the sentences are questions or statements.Punctuation Marks (!) (.) (?) (,) Member
Choose the correct punctuation marks for each sentence.End Punctuation Identification Member
Draw straight lines to match each punctuation mark with its name.End Punctuation Identification 2 Member
Draw straight lines to match the punctuation marks with their descriptions.Sentence Scramble Member
Unscramble the words to make a statement and a question.
AbbreviationsAbbreviations 1 Free
Write the abbreviation for each of the given words. Don't forget to add the periods!Abbreviations 2 Member
Read each abbreviation and write the full word.Abbreviations 3 - Months Member
Can you abbreviate all 12 months of the year?
CommasPunctuation Envelopes Member
Add periods, commas, and capital letters to fix the addresses on the envelopes.Writing Dates (Commas) Member
Correctly re-write each date. Place the comma in the correct place and use proper capitalization. Part 2: Explain what is wrong with the way each date is written.Commas - Yes and No Member
Use commas after the words yes and no.Commas Member
Each of these sentences includes a series. Add commas between each item in a series.Commas 2 Member
Add commas to the sentences on this worksheet. Includes commas between coordinate conjunctions, independent clauses, and items in a series.
Quotations and ApostrophesQuotation Marks Member
Add quotation marks to the quotes and titles in each sentence.Apostrophe Worksheet Member
Practice using apostrophes in contractions and possessive nouns.
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