L.K.2b

Recognize and name end punctuation.

 
15 Lesson(s)
   

What Makes a Sentence?

Kindergarten ELA » Unit: Daily Foundational Skills Practice
Kindergarten ELA » Unit: Daily Foundational Skills Practice
Kelli Smith
Knoxville, TN
Environment: Urban
 
Big Idea:

A sentence is a sentence is a sentence... as long as it make sense!

 
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sentence
   

Modify Morning Message for More Meaning!

Kindergarten ELA » Unit: Language Skills Practice
Kindergarten ELA » Unit: Language Skills Practice
Kelli Smith
Knoxville, TN
Environment: Urban
 
Big Idea:

Try to trick them and they will find every mistake you make! Being wrong has never been more of a teachable moment!

 
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simple morning message that my students
   

Stop! Drop! And Roll! Exclamation Mark Identification

Kindergarten ELA » Unit: Learning About Punctuation
Kindergarten ELA » Unit: Learning About Punctuation
Deborah Moran
Whitmore Lake, MI
Environment: Rural
 
Big Idea:

Understanding punctuation adds clarity to what we read.

 
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dede as
   

What Would a Snowman Say?

Kindergarten ELA » Unit: Snow
Kindergarten ELA » Unit: Snow
Joanne  Clapp
Lexington Park, MD
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

Filling in a simple speech bubble helps students practice narration skills.

 
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snowman standing
   

Sentence Practice to the Moon and Back!

Kindergarten ELA » Unit: The Very Busy Author--Eric Carle
Kindergarten ELA » Unit: The Very Busy Author--Eric Carle
Deborah Moran
Whitmore Lake, MI
Environment: Rural
 
Big Idea:

This sentence practice project doubles as a Father's Day card!

 
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full
   

Exclamation Mark!

Kindergarten ELA » Unit: Learning About Punctuation
Kindergarten ELA » Unit: Learning About Punctuation
Deborah Moran
Whitmore Lake, MI
Environment: Rural
 
Big Idea:

Understanding the meaning of punctuation helps students to better comprehend stories.

 
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exclamation
   

What's In a Friend?

Kindergarten ELA » Unit: Friends
Kindergarten ELA » Unit: Friends
Barbara Pearson
Santa Ana, CA
Environment: Urban
 
Big Idea:

It's time to study our friends! What are your friends? My friends are kind.

 
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the lonely
   

Can Mice Tell Time?

Kindergarten ELA » Unit: Nursery Rhymes Revisited
Kindergarten ELA » Unit: Nursery Rhymes Revisited
Deborah Moran
Whitmore Lake, MI
Environment: Rural
 
Big Idea:

Nursery Rhymes reinforce high-frequency words and feature consistent decodable words.

 
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cover
   

If You Were a Question Mark

Kindergarten ELA » Unit: Learning About Punctuation
Kindergarten ELA » Unit: Learning About Punctuation
Deborah Moran
Whitmore Lake, MI
Environment: Rural
 
Big Idea:

I'm not telling you--I'm ASKING you. Sometimes using question marks are a mystery to kindergarten children.

Standards:
 
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clipart question
   

If You Were an Exclamation Point

Kindergarten ELA » Unit: Learning About Punctuation
Kindergarten ELA » Unit: Learning About Punctuation
Deborah Moran
Whitmore Lake, MI
Environment: Rural
 
Big Idea:

Look here! It's time to learn exclamation points!

Standards:
 
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clipart exclamation
   

Write the Room Punctuation

Kindergarten ELA » Unit: Learning About Punctuation
Kindergarten ELA » Unit: Learning About Punctuation
Deborah Moran
Whitmore Lake, MI
Environment: Rural
 
Big Idea:

Using a "Write the Room" activity to identify punctuation motivates students to practice this new skill.

Standards:
 
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punctuation
   

Macaroni and Peas--Identifying Commas and Periods

Kindergarten ELA » Unit: Learning About Punctuation
Kindergarten ELA » Unit: Learning About Punctuation
Deborah Moran
Whitmore Lake, MI
Environment: Rural
 
Big Idea:

Using macaroni and split peas, students mark the commas and periods in a favorite knock-knock joke.

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macaroni and
   

Print Awareness Matters When Reading

Kindergarten ELA » Unit: Red, White and Blue
Kindergarten ELA » Unit: Red, White and Blue
Barbara Pearson
Santa Ana, CA
Environment: Urban
 
Big Idea:

Patriotism is love of and loyalty to our country.

 
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president art teacher
   

Punctuation Practice

Kindergarten ELA » Unit: Daily Foundational Skills Practice
Kindergarten ELA » Unit: Daily Foundational Skills Practice
Kelli Smith
Knoxville, TN
Environment: Urban
 
Big Idea:

Is it EXCITING! Telling. or Asking?

 
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punctuation
   

You Can Quote Me

Kindergarten ELA » Unit: Learning About Punctuation
Kindergarten ELA » Unit: Learning About Punctuation
Deborah Moran
Whitmore Lake, MI
Environment: Rural
 
Big Idea:

By introducing students to the idea of quotation marks as beginning readers, students begin to understand the idea of dialogue.

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quotation mark book
Common Core ELA
 
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