End Punctuation of Sentences Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: L.1.2.B

Core Standard

When we write a sentence it is difficult to provide the reader with a sense of how the words are to be delivered. This is where end punctuation comes in. First, it signifies that a complete thought has been composed. A plain old period tells us that a declarative sentence has been delivered. An exclamation mark tells us that the sentence dealt with some level of emotions. Question marks tell us that someone is looking for answers. These worksheets provide students with a base frame of work to help students understand how to apply end of sentence punctuation.







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