Punctuation Activities

Punctuation activities help your child bring questions and interjections into the conversation! If your child is confused by the cryptic "?" symbol, the assertive "!" symbol, or any other confusing pieces of punctuation, try taking your grammar studies away from the desk and into some fun and interactive punctuation activities. These punctuation activities allow your child to interact with punctuation in a way that engages his kinesthetic learning, and helps facilitate a more comprehensive learning experience. Try these punctuation activities to help your blossoming learner bring expression into his writing.

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With nothing more than a flat open space and some lively kids, you can reinforce key concepts of punctuation while having lots of healthy laughs.
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Talk about ice cream while helping your 4th grader work on crucial punctuation skills.
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Help your kid get a handle on punctuation by challenging her to create a story that's truly out of this world.
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Filling out forms can be a great learning experience for kids. Here's how to give your child some FORMal training.
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Let your child catch you making deliberate errors in this silly game that promotes serious learning about punctuation.
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"CUPS" is a useful tool when helping your student edit a writing piece. Plus, it's an activity you can do together!
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Give your emerging writer a better feel for terminal punctuation with this activity that will have her mix up punctuation marks in a favorite childhood book.
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Here's a fun activity that will help your child become familiar with both punctuation marks...by using pasta shapes!
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Here's a creative and engaging activity to get your child on track with that pesky little line.
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Making personalized postcards out of meaningful photographs is a fun, rainy day project.

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