Types of Sentence Prompt Cards

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  • I love these! Is there an editable version though as the guidance now is that exclamations are only sentences which start with 'what' or 'how'. Other sentences are statements said with expression where you would use an exclamation mark.

    , Feb 24th
    • Hi rosiearmistead,
      Great suggestion! I'll have a look at making this editable for you :)

      , Feb 24th
    • Hi there rosiearmistead,
      This has been completed now and we have emailed the new resource to you! It will also be available on the website within 48 hours, and you can find it either as a main resource, or under 'Alternative versions' above. I hope you find it useful!

      , Feb 25th
  • Great to use as prompts and word mats for independent work on types of sentences.

    , Oct 17th
A set of prompt cards covering the main types of sentences. Why not laminate and discuss the topic with the children?
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  • Homepage » 2014 National Curriculum Resources » English » Keystage 1 » Year 2 » Writing - Vocabulary, Grammar and Punctuation » Learn how to use sentences with different forms: statement, question, exclamation, command
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  • Homepage » Australia » Australian Curriculum Browser » English » Year 1 » Language » Text Structure and Organisation » Recognise that different types of punctuation, including full stops, question marks and exclamation marks, signal sentences that make statements, ask questions, express emotion or give commands (ACELA1449)
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  • Homepage » Australia » Australian Curriculum Browser » English » Foundation Year » Language » Text Structure and Organisation » Understand that punctuation is a feature of written text different from letters; recognise how capital letters are used for names, and that capital letters and full stops signal the beginning and end of sentences (ACELA1432)
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  • Homepage » Australia » Australian Curriculum Browser » English » Year 2 » Language » Text Structure and Organisation » Recognise that capital letters signal proper nouns and commas are used to separate items in lists (ACELA1465)
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  • Homepage » Australia » Australian Curriculum Browser » English » Year 1 » Language » Expressing and Developing Ideas » Identify the parts of a simple sentence that represent ‘What’s happening?’, ‘What state is being described?’, ‘Who or what is involved?’ and the surrounding circumstances (ACELA1451)
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