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The most common punctuation marks include the period, comma, question mark, and exclamation marks. You can ask your kid to give you some more examples of punctuation marks. Students who have already started reading must have come across some or all of these punctuation marks. These worksheets are ideal for teaching young learners what these punctuation marks mean, and why they are important in reading and writing. The exercises will show your students how to use punctuation marks, why we use punctuation marks, and examples of sentences with the different punctuation marks.

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