Continue to grow your child’s sentence and punctuation proficiency with this charming zoo-themed end punctuation worksheet: At the Zoo.
Your child will read each sentence to determine the punctuation mark needed. If your child needs extra help, read it aloud to add inflection to each sentence.
Punctuation marks are important in any sentence. Before beginning this worksheet, ask your students if they can tell you some of the punctuation marks which they are familiar with and what these punctuation marks signify. Some of the most common punctuation marks are the full stop, the question mark, and the exclamation mark. Point at each of the punctuation marks in the picture. Then, read the sentences to your students and help them circle the punctuation that fits each, from the picture on the left.
Punctuation marks are important so that we can understand the expression of what we say, and it’s a key component in grammar. In this worksheet, your kindergarten student will be asked to circle the correct punctuation mark for each sentence in this printout, and you can help your child by reading each sentence aloud to help them recognize the type of expression needed in each sentence. Each sentence will have a picture to go along with it, and it’s up to kids to choose the right punctuation mark. Have fun!
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