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Question marks – 7 of the best worksheets, activities and resources for Year 1 and Year 2 English

Make sure your KS1 students are asking all the right questions about question marks with these punctuation games, activities and other resources for Year 1 and Year 2 SPaG...

  • Question marks – 7 of the best worksheets, activities and resources for Year 1 and Year 2 English

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| Year 1 question mark activity pack

Teach your KS1 students all about how question marks are are used in sentences with this brightly coloured poster, then allow children to apply their skills with the card sort activity and worksheets.

Download this pack here.


2 | The Question Mark song

If you’re after a catchy little tune to help children embed their learning on question marks, try this one from Grammaropolis.

And find more of their songs here.

3 | Year 2 question mark SPaG challenge

This bright, appealing grammar worksheet is an excellent way to practise and revise using question marks in Year 2.

It is divided into five sections: understand, challenge, test, explain and apply, and activities include SATs-style questions and opportunities for creative writing responses.

Find all this here.


4 | KS1 question mark quiz

This short 10-question quiz lets children test their knowledge on question marks. It has multiple-choice answers and can be played online, so no need to print out.

Try it here.


5 | Roy the Zebra question mark game

Can you help Zed with his question marks in this reading game? He’s desperate to start building a new invention but needs you to add the question mark to just the questions. And if you add them correctly you’ll be able to give Zed his tools.

Play it here.


6 | Year 1 punctuation recap

After your Year 1 pupils have been introduced to full stops, question marks and exclamation marks, this worksheet allows them to revise and apply their knowledge of punctuation that they’ve been taught.

Get it here.


7 | ‘Question mark or exclamation mark?’ worksheet

This simple worksheet is divided into five tasks including finishing sentences with a question mark or full stop, with a question mark or exclamation mark, writing out the questions that might produce the examples given, and more.

Download and print here.

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