Read and clip the punctuation! Fun and hands-on literacy practice activities

Spring Math & Literacy Centers {First Grade}

Read and clip the punctuation! Fun and hands-on literacy practice activities Ideas for the Special Education Classroom.

Freebie from Common Core Crunch - May

Common Core Crunch - May

What a fun way to teach kids about punctuation marks! Have them add the right ones with stickers.

Punctuation Stickers: A Fun Punctuation Activity

This punctuation activity is a fun way to practice adding the correct punctuation to the end of a sentence. Kids will love this easy grammar game.

Put small items in each bag. Children have to say either a question or statement for the item they take out.

Questions and Statements - You will need two lunch sacks and a variety of small…

Great way to review ending punctuation. Posters, sentence sort, centers, and an assessment!  You can never have too much review of this concept!

Sentence and Ending Punctuation Activities

Punctuation Scavenger Hunt - look in books and tally the number of times each punct mark was used. Bump it up and have kids copy down the sentence and bring to group and share. Read aloud for oral fluency and discuss how punctuation affects how the sentence is read out loud.

Joyful Learning In KC: Literacy Lessons in KC. Great way to continue to practice looking at the different types of punctuation.

15 common punctuation charts to help your students!

Rules of Punctuation Charts

Do your students struggle with using punctuation correctly? These 15 charts will aide your students to mastery of using appropriate punctuation! These charts come in 2 sizes: mini fit on a composition notebook page) and in size! Charts come in color

Teaching my first grade class about the four types of sentences (Declarative, imperative, interrogative, & exclamatory). This was a great review activity

Teaching my first grade class about the four types of sentences (Declarative, imperative, interrogative, & exclamatory)

Capitalization and punctuation practice, activities, and anchor charts to use with your students. Help make your students proficient in the rules of proper capitalization and punctuation while having fun doing it!

Capitalization and punctuation practice, activities, and anchor charts to use with your students. Help make your students proficient in the rules of proper capitalization and punctuation while having fun doing it!

Are you teaching students to identify the four types of sentences? Check out this blog post. It contains multiple activities that you can use in your upper elementary classroom! Check out the types of sentences anchor chart and download the FREE worksheet and interactive notebook foldable!

This anchor chart is designed to assist in teaching students the four types of sentences. It also shows them the different punctuation marks.

FREE punctuation posters!

These song posters teach punctuation to your class! It will keep the kids entertained and is a good way to help with their memory. They also include some rhyming, which could work two things in one

Students read the sentence strips and determine which punctuation is missing.  They add the missing punctuation and assemble the craftivity! $

Punctuation Pockets Craftivity

punctuation pockets - students read the sentence strips and determine which punctuation is missing. they add the missing punctuation and assemble the craftivity!

Make sentences without the punctuation marks and kids have to decide whether it needs a question mark or period.

Make sentences without the punctuation marks and kids have to decide whether it needs a question mark or full stop. Could also add exclamation sentences.

The Fabulous First Grade: Crazy about Punctuation!! (FREEBIES GALORE!!) This sight has several days of lesson ideas as well as picture books to use in your instructions. Great resource!

Six Traits of writing mini lessons on punctuation freebies!The Fabulous First Grade: Crazy about Punctuation!) This sight has several days of lesson ideas as well as picture books to use in your instructions.

Contraction Cheaters.  Two words on one side, fold over to make a contraction.

[Idea] Contraction Chart: Two words on one side, fold over to make a contraction. Can do this with word families too!

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