Punctuation marks can be very confusing, especially when a child is learning to write. Helping your child understand when to use certain punctuation marks will help improve their writing conventions and sentence fluency. Language Arts was my favorite subject, since I was little. Eventually, it would be something that I really learned to appreciate when writing as an adult. Use this resource help your kiddos with learning about punctuation marks. (I hope I used them correctly my self most of the time.)
Check out these grammar & punctuation resources:
Visual Guide to Grammar and PunctuationProfessor Grammar’s Punctuation Packets: Fun, Reproducible Learning Packets That Help Kids Master All the Rules of Punctuation—Independently!The Best Grammar Workbook Ever: Grammar, Punctuation, and Word Usage for Ages 10 Through 110Learning Resources Go to Press Grammar GameGrammar In a Jar®Learning Resources Cooking Up Sentences GameJunior Learning 6 Grammar Game
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