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  • The exclamation sentence shown is not really an exclamation sentence under the current DfE rules. An example like "How exciting the zoo is!" or "What fun the zoo was!" would work, but the current example is a statement with an interjection added on the front!

    , 2 days ago
    • Hi michaeltidd,
      Thanks for spotting this! We'll let our design team know right away!

      , 2 days ago
    • Hi there michaeltidd,
      Thank you for spotting this mistake! Our lovely teacher and design teams have solved the issue and the new version is now available to download. I hope you like it!

      , 1 day ago
  • a great starter to introduce the different types of sentences

    , Jan 8th
  • A great starter to introduce sentence types.

    , Nov 28th
  • Thank you for this resource. Where would I be able to find the alternate version that is mentioned with the NC expectations (Exclamations starting with "what" or "how" and is a full sentence with a verb)
    Thank you

    , Feb 28th
    • Hi acceb1210,
      It looks like the main resource has been updated with an example of an exclamation sentence. However, I have requested that our design team add the updated definition for extra clarity.

      Have a lovely day! :)

      , Feb 29th
    • Hi there acceb1210,
      Thank you for spotting this mistake! Our lovely teacher and design teams have solved the issue and have emailed the corrected resource to you! It will also be updated on the website very soon - I hope you find it useful!

      , Feb 29th
  • Thank you! A simple but good introduction to different types of sentences.
    I take on board the comments below.........

    , Feb 20th
  • Good idea, but the slide on exclamations doesn't fit with the national curriculum. The government have decided that they are only classing a sentence as an exclamation if it starts with "what" or "how" and is a full sentence with a verb. So "oh my goodness!" wouldn't be classed as an exclamatory sentence. You also wouldn't be allowed to have "What a horrible day!" or "How terrible!" because they don't have a verb in them, it would have to be "What a horrible day it was!" or "How terrible this is!". Basically you have to imagine that you are talking like Yoda, or that you're in an Enid Blyton novel. It's ridiculous, but that's what they've (incorrectly) decided to class as an exclamation :(

    , Feb 20th
    • Was about to add this comment myself. It's ridiculous how KS1 are expected to write an exclamation sentence!
      Loved the comment about Yoda/ Enid Blyton :-)

      , Feb 20th
    • Hi ysjdreamteam2014,

      Thank you for your resource suggestion on the Twinkl website.

      If we're able to make this for you we'll be in touch shortly to let you know.

      I hope you have a lovely day! : )

      , Feb 20th
    • Hi there ysjdreamteam2014,
      We've made this resource for you and have sent it in an email, I hope you find it useful! It will also be available for download on the website within 48 hours, and you can find it either as a main resource, or under 'Alternative versions' above.

      , Feb 22nd
  • Year 2 SPAG lesson :)

    , Jan 16th
  • Great resource for introducing this aspect of grammar to year 2s - simple enough for my year 1s to follow too

    , Oct 17th
  • A simple power point to intro all four types of sentences. Great for SPAG

    , Sep 20th
  • A good resource for introducing the four types of sentences. I would get the children to then think of and write their own sentences.

    , Sep 15th
  • SPaG

    , Aug 16th
Types of Sentences Teaching PowerPoint

Types of Sentences Teaching PowerPoint - This useful powerpoint features lots of information about different types of sentences. Can your children tell the difference between a statement, command, questions and exclamation?
This resource is available in Standard.
  • 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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