Year 1

Punctuation marks

Punctuation marks

Punctuation marks for Year 1 KS1 . Punctuation worksheets and games for kids by Super Brainy Beans. Primary homework help with punctuation exercises.

 

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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.

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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 City in January

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

James always laughs when I pull a silly face.

 

Alien PunctuationAlien Punctuation
Blast the correct punctuation in the right places. Choose Medium.
Capital LettersCapital Letters
Spot where the capital letters should go.

 

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Question mark

Question marks are used at the end of a question.

Did your football match go well today?

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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.

Pengiuns on icePenguins on ice
Select the correct ending to the sentences. Select Which mark?