Identify and use correct punctuation at the end of declarative, exclamatory, and interrogative sentences. 0201.1.3
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- Declarative and Interrogative Sentences - For each sentence, write whether the sentence is declarative or interrogative - worksheet from EdHelper
- Power Proofreading - Choose 2nd grade then select; Memo to Joy Goodhart, Our Forest Friends, On-the-Spot News, or any one of the mixed practice exercises.
- Find the correct sentence - choose sentence with correct capitalization and punctuation
- Punctuation - find the correct punctuation mark to end the sentence
- Punctuation Paintball - Three levels are available: easy includes only capitals, periods, question marks and exclamation marks; medium adds commas; and hard adds quotation marks. When you see the registration page click on Maybe Later.
- Punctuation Quiz - choose the answer that correctly punctuates the sentence.
- Sentence Clubhouse - Identify the type of sentence, then capitalize the sentence and put the end punctuation in place.
- Types of Sentences - Identify the type of sentences listed in this quiz from Quia