Videos and songs to help 1st Grade kids learn the types of sentences: statement, question and exclamation.
A statement is a sentence that tells something. The first word in a statement begins with a capital letter. A statement ends with a period.
A question is a sentence that asks something. The first word in a question begins with a capital letter. A statement ends with a question mark.
An exclamation shows that someone is excited. The first word of the exclamation begins with a capital letter. A statement ends with an exclamation mark. An exclamation may be very short.
The Sentence Song
Learn about Capital letters and punctuation (using a period, question mark, and exclamation mark).
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