Grammar Rule 1: "There are four kinds of sentences.
Each kind requires a specific ending punctuation."

ABOUT THIS LESSON: Sixth Grade, Grammar and Punctuation

Lesson 1 of 25. Students will identify, punctuate and write each of the four sentence types: declarative, interrogative, imperative and exclamatory. This lesson includes four pages of worksheets.*

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Elizabeth Sweet has taught grades 3-5 since 2003. Her awards include County Teacher of the Year (2015). When she’s not busy teaching 4th grade in the American public school system, she enjoys baking, reading, knitting and exploring nature.