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

Punctuation Stickers: A Fun Punctuation Activity

This punctuation activity is a fun way to practice adding the correct punctuation to the end of a sentence. Kids will love this easy grammar game.

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 Ideas for the Special Education Classroom.

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

DAB it Activities - Punctuation

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

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!

Put small items in each bag. Children have to say either a question or statement for the item they take out.

Questions and Statements - You will need two lunch sacks and a variety of small…

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

Good idea - change it a bit 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

Freebie from Common Core Crunch - May

Common Core Crunch - May

Asking & telling sentences. Freebie Sentence monkeys: students use pegs to indicate what the ending punctuation is for telling, asking, exclaiming and commanding sentences.

Asking VS. Telling Sentences

Asking & telling sentences. Freebie Sentence monkeys: students use pegs to indicate what the ending punctuation is for telling, asking, exclaiming and commanding sentences.

Capitalization and punctuation practice, activities, and anchor charts to use with your students. Help make your students proficient in the rules of proper capitalization and punctuation while having fun doing it!

Capitalization and punctuation practice, activities, and anchor charts to use with your students. Help make your students proficient in the rules of proper capitalization and punctuation while having fun doing it!

Do your students need to learn about different types of sentences? Practice reading simple sentences and determining missing end punctuation (period, question mark, exclamation point) with this pizza themed literacy center. This activity works well for a Kindergarten, first grade, or second grade writing center or whole group activity. A cut and paste craftivity is also included.

Missing Punctuation Writing Center

Do your students need to learn about different types of sentences? Practice reading simple sentences and determining missing end punctuation (period, question mark, exclamation point) with this pizza themed literacy center. This activity works well for

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

Punctuation Stickers: A Fun Punctuation Activity

This punctuation activity is a fun way to practice adding the correct punctuation to the end of a sentence. Kids will love this easy grammar game.

These sentence editing strips are perfect for early elementary students to work on capitalization and punctuation in a fun, hands on way!

Sentence Editing Strips

These sentence editing strips are perfect for early elementary students to work on capitalization and punctuation in a fun, hands on way! This can be done as a whole group activity to practice capitalization or students can do it during centers.

Teaching my first grade class about the four types of sentences (Declarative, imperative, interrogative, & exclamatory). This was a great review activity

Teaching my first grade class about the four types of sentences (Declarative, imperative, interrogative, & exclamatory)

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