Your mission if you choose to accept it is to create a caricature designed to represent one of the four sentence types!
This is a quick and worthwhile lesson to be used while teaching the four types of sentences: interrogative, imperative, declarative, and exclamatory. Students will be asked to draw or create a character that embodies the punctuation used in a specific sentence type. Then they will add speech bubbles giving examples of the sentence type that is represented. This lesson would work well as a review activity or station activity for the four types of sentences.
The zip file includes a directions page, an evaluation page (in word and pdf format), and student examples from my class.
This is the perfect activity for all types of learners!