Ending Punctuation

Punctuation is a very important part of written English, it clears the meaning of words and expresses what is being said in the right manner. Without punctuation, the sentences would remain confused and the meanings will be unclear. For 1st grade student is an important part if the curriculum and the kid must have a strong grip on it.

Starting with the very basics, let’s look at the ending punctuations. These punctuations are used at the end of the sentences. All sentences end with a punctuation mark, which is what marks the end of the sentence. Depending on the tone of the sentence the appropriate punctuation is used with it. Mostly three kinds of punctuation marks are used, either a period (.), a question mark (?) or an exclamation mark (!). In this video, you’ll grab basic tips and tricks to help kids learn the punctuation rules.

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