Using a Full Stop Question Mark or Exclamation Mark to Punctuate a Sentence SPaG PowerPoint Quiz

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  • , rated this resource Aug 1st
  • This would be great if you could see the punctuation going onto the sentence before it changes page. Thanks

    , Apr 27th
    • Hi fiddlededeekew,

      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! : )

      , Apr 27th
  • a good way to strengthen students understanding

    , Apr 25th
  • This looks like a great revision lesson starter, thanks Twinkl, really looking forward to using it : )

    , Mar 8th
  • Not brilliant - if you click anywhere but on the arrows, the slide show just advances anyway! Easy enough to correct in powerpoint so I'm surprised that Twinkl has provided something so shoddy!

    , Jan 26th
    • Hi diane160_0,
      Thank you for commenting! I've had a look at this resource for you and if you click anywhere, the presentation takes you to the 'oh no' incorrect page. From here, you can click the red 'back' arrow to return to the question. I hope this helps :)

      , Jan 26th
  • Great lesson starter. Thanks

    , May 31st
  • This resource is brilliant....do you have, or could you make, differentiated worksheets to go with it? That would be amazing!

    , Apr 27th
    • HI Phoenix4, thank you for your review, I have passed your thoughts along to our resource team to see what they can do for you. I hope this helps. :)

      , Apr 27th
  • An interesting way of introducing the topic or for revision purposes

    , Feb 3rd
  • Fantastic resource! Saved me hours of work and the kids love it! Imagine getting 6 year olds excited about punctuation?!

    , Oct 16th
We love powerpoints! Great for supporting your teaching on this topic, they can be used as discussion starters and during whole-class teaching. An absolute must!
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  • Homepage » 2014 National Curriculum Resources » English » Key Stage 1 » Year 1 » Writing - Vocabulary, Grammar and Punctuation » Begin to punctuate sentences using a capital letter and a full stop, question mark or exclamation mark
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  • Homepage » 2014 National Curriculum Resources » English » Key Stage 1 » Year 2 » Writing - Vocabulary, Grammar and Punctuation » Learn how to use grammar for year 2 in English Appendix 2 » Punctuation
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  • Homepage » Scotland (CfE) » CfE Curriculum Browser » Literacy and English » First Level » Writing » Tools for Writing » I can write independently, use appropriate punctuation and order and link my sentences in a way that makes sense. LIT 1-22a
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