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6 x Punctuation Posters

PDF | 6 pages|Grades: 1 - 4

A set of 6 simple posters showing punctuation marks.

The posters include:

  • Full stop – A full stop is used at the end of a statement. Every time you see a full stop, you must stop!
  • Comma – A comma separates items in a list and shows a break in a statement. Every time you see a comma, you must take a little rest!
  • Question mark –  A question mark is used for asking. It is used at the end of a question.
  • Exclamation mark – An exclamation mark is used for exclamations and for exciting sentences. It is used at the end of the exclamation.
  • Apostrophe – An apostrophe is used to show possession and to replace the missing letters in contractions.
  • Quotation marks – Quotation marks are used to show that someone is speaking. They are used at the start and end of what is being said.

  National Curriculum Curriculum alignment

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