Lesson Plan

Question or Statement

Are your students ready to learn about questions and statements? Well, this lesson is definitely ready to provide some help. Through playing a fun game, young readers will improve their language abilities.
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It 's important for children to be able to identify and distinguish the difference between question and statement sentences. In this grammar lesson, kindergarten and first grade learners will discover that these two types of sentences require different punctuation at the end—a period and a question mark. They'll also learn that interrogative words such as who, what, when, where, and why are the words that make a sentence a question. Kids will gain practice of this concept by using an included worksheet to finish the ending punctuation of sentences. Then, when they are ready, they can formulate their own sentences!

Learning Objectives

  • Students will be able to identify and distinguish between questions and statements.
  • Students will understand and use question words.

Introduction

(5 minutes)
Question or Statement ListQuestion or Statement Worksheet
  • Talk about what it means to ask a question.
  • Talk about what a statement is.
  • Discuss the difference between the two. Make sure to mention that statements end with periods, whereas questions end with question marks.