Free games to take contractions and punctuation.
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Dr. Melanie Wilson
Punctuation Mark Tic-Tac-Toe
Happy Punctuation Day! This product contains two half sheets of punctuation mark tic-tac-toe games. Each sheet has two games for a total of four different games. Students simply need to choose X or O and then put the correct punctuation mark (. ? !) at the end of each sentence. The first to three in a row wins!
Comma Relay~ Print the free game sheets and cut them apart. Divide students in groups of 3-4 and line them up. Supply each group with a large laminated comma or a baton. For each group, place on a chair a set distance away a clipboard holding a copy of a game sheet and a pencil. To play, students take turns running to the chair. correcting a sentence, and then passing the comma to the next player on his team. At end of game award teams a point for each correctly punctuated sentence.