Punctuation: “”, ?, and !

Common Core Standards: Grade 1 Language , Grade 1 Reading: Foundational Skills

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.L.1.2, CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RF.1.1

This worksheet originally published in English Made Easy Key Stage 1 for ages 6 to 7 by © Dorling Kindersley Limited .

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Punctuation worksheets and activities, 12 comments, yashfa baig.

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I am from pakistan. Well you know there are IKLC so I opened this website of punctuation because it was of english. I practice every day on this . So thank you so much that you made this website. So that everyone can learn So love from Pakistan and Yashfa. Thanks again! Bye!

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The resources has helped me a lot. Thank you.

Hello! Thank you for all the resources you have here! I am a Spanish teacher, but this summer I took on the challenge of teaching English. This website is a lifesaver! Thank you!!

I’m glad to help. Thank you for visiting!

On the online quizzes, when they ask you to create your own sentences, there is no way to tell whether or not the sentence was written correctly. Is this a feature that can be added?

That feature is beyond the scope of my abilities at this time. Best wishes!

Are there answer sheets?

Very good worksheets

English is a important language

Tiffany Williams

On the Compound complex worksheet, I believe the students’ answer choices are to read “compound or complex” vs. “simple or complex”…

You are absolutely right. Thanks for reporting this. I have fixed the error(s).

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