Punctuation Year 1

Punctuation marks

Punctuation Year 1

Punctuation Year 1 KS1. Support on punctuation for kids with Super Brainy Beans. Primary homework help with full stops, capital letters question & exclamation marks.

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Full stops

Full stops are used to end a sentence.

I went swimming today.

Full stopsFull stops
Read the sentence. Click and drag a snail to where the full stop should be.



Capital Letters

Sentences always start with a capital letter.

Today is my birthday.

Capital letter also comes at the beginning of a name of a place, person or date.

Dave moved to London in January

Always use a capital letter when writing I in a sentence.

James always laughs when I pull a silly face.

Capital LettersCapital Letters
Spot where the capital letters should go.



Question mark

Question marks are used at the end of a question.

Did your football match go well today?

Question Mark game playQuestion Mark Game
Zed is inventing things in his shed again. Give the sentences their question marks to help Zed collect his tools for his latest invention. What has Zed made this time?



Exclamation mark

Use the exclamation mark to show emphasis or surprise.

Stop! The car is coming.

NOTE: Don't use more than one exclamation mark.

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