What are Kindergarten punctuation worksheets? Kindergarten worksheets are usually found in the beginning of kindergarten. It is a way for parents to get help with their child’s school work. There are many worksheets that parents can find in the beginning of the year, including handwriting and arithmetic. Some of these worksheets are free and some require some sort of payment.
Most of the handwriting worksheets will ask the student to write a short paragraph describing their handwriting and this may need them to show off their writing hand. The students are then asked to fill in the blanks with basic letter and number combinations to make up a sentence. Usually these sentences are on a learning-by-doing type of theme. The goal is to make the student recognize basic grammar and spelling skills before moving on to more advanced worksheets. Many of the worksheets that can be purchased also ask the student to use their handwriting. This should be done when a child has a fresh set of worksheets.
Kindergarten punctuation worksheets are similar to the handwriting worksheets, except they ask the student to do both simple and complex problems and try to work them out as quickly as possible. The main focus of these worksheets is to build the foundation for further lessons and help build confidence in the student. Most of these supplies are provided with the purchase of the worksheet.
Sentences and ending punctuation
These worksheets introduce students to the 3 different types of ending punctuation for sentences: periods, question marks and exclamation marks.
- Add punctuation to the end of the sentence
- Match the sentence to the punctuation