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Master Punctuation Game KS2 Summer Sports Wimbledon and Tour de France

Punctuation Game KS2 Summer Sports

Punctuation Game KS2 Resources about Summer Sport

Master Punctuation Game KS2 on a summer sports theme covering Wimbledon and the Tour de France. Children must correct each sentence card they pick up correctly in order to receive the number of points on the card. The player with the most number of points at the end wins. Download the rules and resources too.

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This pack includes:

    • Master Punctuation Game KS2 Summer Sports Wimbledon and Tour de France in six differentiated levels with answers sheet for teachers.

Differentiation:

Beginner Full stops, capital letters, question marks and exclamation marks. Aimed at Year 1 Secure.

Easy Full stops, capital letters, question marks, exclamation marks, commas in lists, contractions and singular possession. Aimed at Year 2 Secure.

Tricky Full stops, capital letters, question marks, exclamation marks, commas in lists, contractions, singular possession, inverted commas for speech, brackets for parenthesis and subordinate clauses. Aimed at Year 3 Secure.

Expert Full stops, capital letters, question marks, exclamation marks, commas in lists, contractions, singular possession, inverted commas for speech, brackets for parenthesis, subordinate clauses, other speech punctuation, plural possession and fronted adverbials. Aimed at Year 4 Secure.

Brainbox Full stops, capital letters, question marks, exclamation marks, commas in lists, contractions, singular possession, inverted commas for speech, brackets for parenthesis, subordinate clauses, other speech punctuation, plural possession, fronted adverbials, relative clauses, parenthesis with dashes, brackets and commas, and commas to avoid ambiguity. Aimed at Year 5 Secure.

Genius Full stops, capital letters, question marks, exclamation marks, commas in lists, contractions, singular possession, inverted commas for speech, brackets for parenthesis, subordinate clauses, other speech punctuation, plural possession, fronted adverbials, relative clauses, parenthesis with dashes, brackets and commas, commas to avoid ambiguity, colons, semi-colons, hyphens, dashes and ellipses. Aimed at Year 6 Secure.

 

National Curriculum Objectives

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

Year 2 English: (2G5.1) capital letters

Year 2 English: (2G5.2) full stops

Year 2 English: (2G5.3) question marks

Year 2 English: (2G5.4) exclamation marks

Year 2 English: (2G5.5) commas for lists

Year 2 English: (2G5.8) apostrophes for contracted forms

English Year 3 & Year 4: Use brackets, dashes or commas to indicate parenthesis

Year 3 and 4 English: (3G5.7) Introduction to inverted commas to punctuate direct speech

Year 3 and 4 English: (4G5.6b) Use commas after fronted adverbials

Year 3 and 4 English: (4G5.6b) Fronted adverbials [for example, Later that day, I heard the bad news.]

Year 3 and 3 English: (4G5.7) Use of inverted commas and other punctuation to indicate direct speech [for example, a comma after the reporting clause; end punctuation within inverted commas: The conductor shouted, “Sit down!”]
Year 3 and 4 English: (4G5.8) The grammatical difference between plural and possessive –s

Year 3 and 4 English: (4G5.8) Apostrophes to mark plural possession [for example, the girl’s name, the girls’ names]

Year 5 and 6 English: (5G1.6) Indicating degrees of possibility using adverbs [for example, perhaps, surely]

Year 5 and 6 English: (5G5.6a) Using commas to clarify meaning or avoid ambiguity in writing

Year 5 and 6 English: (5G5.9) Using brackets, dashes or commas to indicate parenthesis

Year 5 and 6 English: (6G5.10) Using colons to mark boundaries between independent clauses

Year5 and 6 English: (6G5.10) Using a colon to introduce a list

Year 5 and 6 English: (6G5.11) Using semi-colons to mark boundaries between independent clauses

Year 5 and 6 English: (6G5.12) Using dashes to mark boundaries between independent clauses

Year 5 and 6 English: (6G5.13) Using hyphens to avoid ambiguity

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