English Worksheets That Focus on Punctuation

Learning all about punctuation is a great skill for students, especially with helping them write and construct sentences.

English Worksheets That Focus on Punctuation

Did you know that we have a whole host of fantastic ready-made worksheets (also known as Activity Sheets) on punctuation to support you in your lessons?

Well, these English worksheets are great learning and teaching resources, and can be used as a fantastic bit of extra practice for students as they all sit alongside a corresponding Activity on EducationCity too.

We’ve picked out a selection of worksheets on punctuation to try on EducationCity for Key Stage 1 and 2 students.

All you need to do to find them is go to Search and type in the ID number below – perfect!  

 

Key Stage 1

Rapid Rounders: #1789 – Correctly use full stops and capitalise names and first letters in sentences.River Deep Punctuation English Activity

River Deep: #722 – Add commas to each sentence to separate items in a list with prompts to help.

Nine Lives: #84 – Contractions: using an apostrophe for pronoun words.

 

Lower Key Stage 2

Treasure Traps: #164 – The correct use of the apostrophe in possessions.  

Fantasy Football: #776 – Place full stops, commas, quotation marks, question marks and exclamation marks within a passage with prompts to help.

River Deep: #717 – Place a full stop and a comma into each sentence with prompts to help.

Rapid Rounders: #1843 – To mark direct speech using speech marks and commas where required.

 

Upper Key Stage 2

Force Field: #180 – Match punctuation marks to their definitions.Force Field Punctuation English Activity

Phantom Ellipsis: #1504 – Understand and use punctuation.

Force Field: #119 – Match the name of the punctuation mark with the actual punctuation mark.

River Deep: #787 – Place punctuation marks within a passage without prompts.

 

PlayLive English

If you haven’t heard about PlayLive English yet, listen up! PlayLive English is available in all year groups and is a word-formation game where students compete against other children to find as many words as they can in 60 seconds. Teachers, you’ll love this one too – give it a go!

To see the worksheets for yourself and try out PlayLive English, log in, or if your school doesn’t subscribe to EducationCity, sign up for a free trial.

11/08/2017

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