Punctuation Day 1

Happy Punctuation Day! September 24 has been declared as a celebration for good punctuation or the acknowledgement of… I wonder if individuals know how important correct punctuation is to literacy. It must have some importance, if it’s nationally celebrated.

So, is this a big deal? Why, yes!

It’s the difference between correctly or incorrectly interpreting what’s being communicated, be it written or verbalized. You see, reading and writing are partners. They go hand-in-hand, like coffee and cream or donuts and holes. ♥

Unfortunately, too many students lack these skills and need a resource that would assist them in applying correct punctuation as they write. So, I created a quick-reference flip-book titled, Punctuation Day Flip Book 1 that will allow students to access information on using correct punctuation. This resource will assist students in practicing some of the basic punctuation marks listed below. They will not only read about punctuation marks, but also practice using these punctuation marks.

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Punctuation marks practiced:

  • Period
  • Comma
  • Question Mark
  • Exclamation Point

Happy Learning! Happy Teaching! Happy Learning!

Literacy Art by Iris©

2 Comments

  1. monique lockwood says:

    I really like this information.. Do you have any more information like this??

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    1. Yes, more resources that continue with National Punctuation Day will be added this week. They are titled, “Punctuation Day 2” and “Punctuation Day 3” Look for them.
      Thanks for your comment and question.
      Happy Learning! Happy Teaching! Happy Learning!

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