After reading, "Punctuation Takes a Vacation" to the whole class, this game can be used in small groups or a cumulating center throughout the year as needed. First time playing, I would only have the students speak. As they progress, they can then write.
The cards fit perfectly in sleeved dice. Students take turns rolling. When a student rolls, "sentence stoppers" all he/she would need to say is a period (reinforcing a period's job in writing and grammar usage).
When the students roll the actual punctuation mark, they should CREATE their own speaking sentence for such an example. Again, applying is a much higher thinking skill than just identifying a sentence and adding a mark as many traditional worksheets have students do. Again, the entire first round of play, I'd only have them speak. Then they can lead up to writing the sentences on dry erase boards. Dry erase boards worked nicely for my groups.
It could extend to writing sentences in journals and the list goes on.
I'm certain you can find some variations of play of your own, too.