Exclamation Mark and Question Mark Teaching PowerPoint

Exclamation Mark and Question Mark Teaching PowerPoint
Exclamation Mark and Question Mark Teaching PowerPoint
Exclamation Mark and Question Mark Teaching PowerPoint
Exclamation Mark and Question Mark Teaching PowerPoint
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This Teach, Practise, Extend PowerPoint resource focuses on question marks and exclamation marks

In total there are three slides:

Slide 1 (teach) - Definition and explanation of how to use a question mark and an exclamation mark. Examples of each are given.
Slide 2 (practise) - Children have to decide whether to put an exclamation mark or question mark at the end of 13 sentences.
Slide 3 (extend) - Children are asked to copy out a passage and add in the missing exclamation marks and question marks.

The resource is colourfully designed and can clearly be seen from a distance making it ideal to display on the Interactive Whiteboard. It is also extremely good value for money, providing you with a straightforward and highly effective teaching resource. Great for a lesson starter, revision or early morning activity!

The slides can be edited to suit the needs of your class but this resource, including the images must not be distributed to others without our permission.
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Exclamation Mark and Question Mark Teaching PowerPoint
Exclamation Mark and Question Mark Teaching PowerPoint
Exclamation Mark and Question Mark Teaching PowerPoint
Exclamation Mark and Question Mark Teaching PowerPoint