Sentences That End in an Question Mark Worksheet

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Help your students brush up on their punctuation skills with the simple exercise in this worksheet. Some of the most common punctuation marks and the ones you will be teaching them about first include the period, comma, question mark, and exclamation mark. Use this printout to teach your kids that a question mark is a symbol that is placed at the end of a sentence to show that a question is being asked. Help your students check all the sentences that end in a question mark.

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Grade:
Kindergarten
Subject:
Writing Punctuation

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