Tuesday, 25 September 2012

Questions or Statements?

We have been working a lot on differentiating between questions and statements. I made up this activity as a reinforcement of what we have been learning about. There are 2 header cards (one has a question mark and the other has a full stop) and the kids look at each of the other 16 cards and read the sentences on them. They then decide if it is a question (an asking sentence) or a statement (a telling sentence). They place them into the correct group and then write on the correct punctuation mark using a white board marker. All of the sentences use basic sight words or words that can be sounded out so hopefully this will be a fairly independent activity!
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  2. By the way, I realise you haven't updated in a long time, but I hope my thanks gets to you. :)