Sentences That End in an Exclamation Mark Worksheet

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If your kids are already learning about punctuation marks in school, this is a great opportunity to brush up their skills with this simple worksheet. The most common punctuation marks and the first few that your kids will learn about will be the period, comma, question mark, and exclamation mark. An exclamation mark is usually placed at the end of a sentence to show strong feelings or a loud noise. Use this simple printout to teach your kids more about exclamation marks and test their knowledge.

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Grade:
Kindergarten
Subject:
Writing Punctuation

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