Punctuation enables proper reading and interpretation of any written text by dividing the text into sentences, clauses, phrases, etc. Learning of punctuation, thus, must begin as early as that of writing a sentence. We have here in our printable punctuation worksheets, a selection of exercises that will provide children a thorough understanding of the various punctuation symbols and their uses. Kids get hands-on practice in inserting commas to separate items in a list, and to use commas with coordinating conjunctions and practice using quotation marks in direct speech. Kids will also love our Thanksgiving-themed exercise for reviewing end punctuation marks.
These pdf worksheets cover the interest of students of kindergarten through grade 5.
CCSS: L.K.2.B, L.1.2.B, L.1.2.C, L.2.2.C, L.3.2.C, L.4.2.B, and L.4.2.C
This very eye-catching and endearing free printable worksheet on matching punctuation symbols to words will certainly get children of kindergarten and grade 1 started with it almost instantly.
When we list three or more items in a sentence, we use commas between each item. Let's have children get better at punctuating sentences with this commas in a series pdf worksheet.
Review the rule of using a comma to join independent clauses with children of grade 3 and grade 4 with our free printable worksheet titled "Conjunctions and Commas".
Children of 4th grade and 5th grade must make use of this printable worksheet on using quotation marks to practice marking a direct speech with commas and quotation marks in appropriate places.
Want to delight 1st grade and 2nd grade children with some Thanksgiving-themed sentences in this end punctuation pdf worksheet? Well, What a festive way to practice end punctuation marks!