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Using a familiar comic to model written dialogue and practice how to correctly use quotation marks fosters a motivation for literacy and builds essential skills involved in the mechanics of writing. See full lesson plans and additional videos at


Quotation Marks Worksheet #2 Worksheets


Quotation Marks: Say What?

Practice with quotation marks in dialogue. This can be used as part of a…


Language Arts Center: Quotation Marks Punctuating With Pasta Grades: 2-4

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Quotation Marks Activities

In this Quotation Marks Packet you will find tools to assist you in teaching Quotation Marks. I have gathered components to get you started on elements of Quotation Marks. My students struggle in learning how to use Quotation Marks correctly and this has helped them in adding dialogue to their writing. Many of these components were perfect for small group, literacy stations, center work, homework, and independent work.


Sugar and Spice: Who Said That?! Dialogue and Quotation Mark Unit for Readers & Writers!


Lots of great stuff to teach fialogue - Quotation Marks - Mrs. Warner's 4th Grade Classroom


Set of task cards to help review how to correctly use quotation marks. Great for centers, early finishers or small groups.

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Quotation Marks, Halloween, and a Missing Teacher

Use quotation marks to teach commas, apostrophes, and question marks. Students of all ages love it!

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Dialogue Rules, Capitalization and Punctuation Bundle for Narrative Writing

Review the anchor chart for the rules of writing dialogue. Students add dialogue to cartoons and then translate the dialogue into sentences using the proper punctuation. There are 8 cartoon squares with 2 characters in each square Anchor Chart - used as the title page Recording sheet there is no answer key as each student's sentences will be different.