Punctuation Resources

Punctuation Worksheets and Resources

Punctuation worksheets and activities. Help children understand correct use of punctuation: full stops, commas, capitals, speech marks and more.

 

Capital Letters

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Capitals Letters to Begin Sentences

Rewrite the sentences, adding capitals to begin the sentences.

Capital Letters ‘Pronoun I’

Rewrite the sentences, adding capitals to the pronoun ‘I’.

Add in Missing Capital Letters

Rewrite the sentences, adding capitals where they belong (proper nouns, sentence beginnings, pronoun ‘I’).

 

 

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Capitals for Proper Nouns- Places

Rewrite the sentences, adding capitals for place names.

Capitals for Proper Nouns

Rewrite the sentences, adding capitals for proper nouns.

 

Full Stops, Question Marks, Exclamation Marks

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Add in the Missing Full Stops

Add missing full stops at the end of single sentences.

Full Stops Between Two Sentences

Add missing full stops between two run-on sentences.

Full Stop or Question Mark?

Add either a full stop or a question mark at the end of the sentences.

 

 

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Full Stop, Question Mark or Exclamation Mark?

Add a full stop, question mark or exclamation mark at the end of the sentences.

 

Possessive Apostrophes

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Singular Possessive

Add apostrophes to show possession (singular).

Plural Possessive

Add apostrophes to show possession (plural).

Singular & Plural Possessive

Add apostrophes to show possession. Work out where the apostrophe goes. (singular & plural).

 

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