End Punctuation Worksheets To Print:
Finish it Off! - Which of those symbols is best used to get the thoughts of the author across to the reader.
What's the Mark? - More of the same here. Using the images that are provided will give you a better understanding of the author's intentions.
Circle It - Figure out which one it ends with and draw a neat circle around them.
Matching Them Together - A little draw the line to the right punctuation marks. Matching is a great chance to compare all of these.
Correct It - Decide whether each of these expressions of thought are statements (S), a questions (Q), or an exclamations (E). Then write in the correct punctuation for each of them.
Fill In the Ending - What is it missing? Place the proper symbol in the box after you have determined the author's intention here.
Ending Punctuation - Write the correct ending punctuation mark for the following forms of expression. Then circle all the statements that you can see.
Where Is The End? - Same as the last worksheet, but now you will work on finding the exclamations.
Identifying Ending Punctuation - Identify whether each sentence is a statement, a question, or an exclamation. Put a check mark in the correct box (S, Q, or E).