Punctuation
It's important to use punctuation in your writing.

Punctuation

This quiz on punctuation works on the National Curriculum's requirements that Year 2 children in KS1 should proofread their work, looking for missing punctuation. This helps children to read carefully and improves their understanding of literacy and the English language.

When we write we have to make sure we have finger spaces, capital letters, correct spellings and punctuation. That’s a lot to remember! Have a look at these questions and try and find the missing punctuation like commas, full stops, exclamation and question marks.

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  1. Which sentence is perfect?
    When you do end a sentence, make sure you only have one full stop. That means either a full stop, a question mark or an exclamation mark.
  2. 'The capital of Great Britain is London' Which punctuation is missing?
    Every sentence must end with a full stop, question or exclamation mark.
  3. Which sentence is perfect?
    Somebody is speaking, we know this because we have the words 'she said'. This means we need speech marks and a full stop to show the end of the sentence.
  4. Which sentence is perfect?
    Because he shouted this fact, we would use an exclamation mark.
  5. Which sentence is perfect?
    St. Patrick's Day is on the 17th March and celebrated by Irish people around the world.
  6. Which sentence is perfect?
    Yes it is!
  7. Which sentence is written perfectly, with the correct type of punctation?
    Speech marks should only be used when someone is talking. There should be two sets of speech marks - one to show when they are speaking and one set to show they have finished.
  8. Which sentence is perfect?
    Because we are listing places, we need to include commas and, of course, a full stop at the end of the sentence.
  9. Which sentence is perfect?
    Make sure you only have a full stop when the sentence ends.
  10. Which sentence is perfect?
    The leek is a symbol of Wales!

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