Ending with a Question Mark KS2 SPAG Test Practice

These questions have been taken from the KS2 SPAG test to help your children practise specific question types.

National Curriculum Objective

Year 1 English: (1G5.1) Beginning to punctuate sentences using a capital letter

Year 1 English: (1G5.2) Beginning to punctuate sentences using a full stop

Year 1 English: (1G5.3) Beginning to punctuate sentences using a question mark

Year 1 English: (1G5.4) Beginning to punctuate sentences using an exclamation mark

English Year 2: Terminology for Pupils: Question, exclamation, command

Differentiation:

Beginner Two sentences to choose from, deciding which MUST have a question mark. No ambiguity in questions, e.g. sentences will not start with the word ask or question. Aimed at Year 1 Developing.

Easy Three sentences to choose from, deciding which MUST have a question mark. No ambiguity in questions, e.g. sentences will not start with the word ask or question. Aimed at Year 1 Secure/Year 2 Emerging.

Tricky Three sentences to choose from, deciding which MUST have a question mark. Ambiguity can be present in questions, e.g. sentences will may start with the word ask or question. Aimed at Year 2 Secure.

Expert Four sentences to choose from, deciding which MUST have a question mark. Ambiguity can be present in questions, e.g. sentences will may start with the word ask or question. Aimed at Year 2 Mastery.

Worksheets include answers.

Ending with a Question Mark - Beginner (Worksheet)

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Ending with a Question Mark - Easy (Worksheet)

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Ending with a Question Mark - Tricky (Worksheet)

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Ending with a Question Mark - Expert (Worksheet)

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