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GRADE 1 PUNCTUATION MARKS PART 2
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Grade 1 Punctuation Marks Part 2

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WHY SHOULD YOU PURCHASE OUR PUNCTUATION MARKS BUNDLE WORKSHEETS?

Punctuation marks are the basis of forming sentences. They help the child in creating meaningful and understandable sentences. These fun worksheets enlighten the child on Grade 1 Punctuation Marks Part 2.

This special bundle include these:

  • Interesting facts about punctuation marks and their examples.
  • Effortless recognition of the appropriate punctuation marks for specific sentences. 
  • Developing the child’s ability to write understandable sentences.
  • Our 29-page worksheet includes the following:
  • Periods after Titles
  • Periods after Abbreviations of Days of the Week
  • Commas in Dates
  • Periods after Abbreviation of Months of the Year
  • Periods after Abbreviations of Street Names
  • Colons

Purchase our worksheets to start improving their English punctuation skills. 

Description

Punctuation marks are delightful to use as we all need to make clear and meaningful sentences to understand one another. Also, you can let your students know the Grade 1 Punctuation Marks Part 2.

WHAT ARE PUNCTUATION MARKS?

Punctuation marks are symbols that help us understand sentences better.

GRADE 1 PUNCTUATION MARKS PART 2

Our part 1 article discussed three punctuation marks: periods, exclamation marks, and question marks. This article will dive more into the other uses of periods and a new punctuation mark, colons which are in Grade 1 Punctuation Marks Part 2.

Periods can appear in other instances:

Periods after Titles

We add periods after title names.

  • Mr– Mr. Smith
  • Dr– Dr. Sharon
  • Miss – Miss Helen
  • Mrs. – Mrs. Smith

Did you notice that there is no period in Miss?

Yes, we do not add periods to Miss!

Periods after Abbreviations of Days of the Week

Periods appear after the abbreviation of names of days of the week.

  • Sunday – Sun.
  • Monday – Mon.
  • Tuesday – Tues.
  • Wednesday – Wed.
  • Thursday – Thurs.
  • Friday – Fri.
  • Saturday – Sat.

Commas in Dates

We place our commas between the day and the year on a date.

  • I went to a birthday party on May 13, 2022.

GRADE 1 PUNCTUATION MARKS PART 2 TEMPLATES

Periods after Abbreviations of Months of the Year

Periods exist after the abbreviations of months’ names.

  • January – Jan.
  • February – Feb.
  • March – Mar.
  • April – Apr.
  • May – May
  • June – June
  • July – July
  • August – Aug.
  • September – Sept.
  • October – Oct.
  • November – Nov.
  • December – Dec.

Note: We do not abbreviate May, June and July.

Now that we’ve learned months’ abbreviations let’s abbreviate these dates.

  • May 5, 2016.
  • June 13, 2018.
  • July 17, 2022.
  • Aug. 7, 1997.
  • Sept. 20, 2010.

Periods after Abbreviations of Street Names

To make street names shorter, we can abbreviate them. Periods can appear after these street abbreviations.

  • Drive – Dr.
  • Alley – Aly.
  • Circle – Cir.
  • Road – Rd.
  • Street – St.
  • Lane – Ln.
  • Avenue – Ave.
  • Court – Ct.
  • Boulevard – Blvd.
  • Highway – Hwy.

Colons (:)

We put colons between hours and minutes in time.

  • 5:45am
  • 11:00pm

Also, are you looking for worksheets to help your pupils with periods, exclamation marks and question marks? Purchase them here!

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