Punctuation! . , ? ‘ “” ()

Hello Bloggers

This post is about punctuation.

Punctuation includes Commas, Full stops, Question marks, Apostrophes, Brackets , capital letters and exclamation marks.

This is what they look like!






 Here is a fantastic book all about commas and how it makes such a difference.

It is called…

Eats shoot and leaves


Eat's , Shoots and leaves


Commas can be very useful sometimes.They can change a meaning of a sentence. For example:

  1. “Go, get him doctors.”
  2. “Go get him, doctors. “
  3. “After we left grandma, Mummy and I walked around in the park.”
  4. “After we left, Grandma, mummy and I went walking around in the park.”

 Talking marks/Quotation marks

 Talking marks/Quotation marks are used when a person is talking, For example:

  • “Hello, how are you?
  • “What do you want to play?”
  • “Hi, are you new here?”
  • “What is 6+4,?”asked Peter

Full Stops

Full stops are used when a sentence is finished.


  • Sally is very tired today.
  • Robbie has a broken leg.
  • I have a sore throat.
  • Sometimes I forget my full stops.

Question Marks

Question marks are used when someone is asking a question. See examples below.

There can also be rhetorical questions, which are questions that don’t get answered.

  • What are you doing today Mike?
  • Hey, how are you?
  • Can you say that again?
  • What are your favourite books?

Exclamation Marks

Exclamation marks are most often used to indicate surprise or excitement in the text.

For example:

  • Wow!
  • I haven’t seen you here in absolutely ages!
  • I wasn’t expecting that!
  • I going on a holiday!

In a comment below, please tell me what your favourite punctuation is. 🙂

Spelling Words!

Hello Bloggers

How are you?

 This weeks spelling activity was to make a wordle/tagxedo

of our spelling words. It was quite fun and fast.


What is your favourite word in the picture?

Let me know what it is in a comment below 🙂

Week 8 Student Blogging Challenge

If I was 18 and I had to go to a different country I would go to either Canada, Indonesia or perhaps visit an aboriginal tribe.

I would have to bring my passport with me.
Indonesia Map




Canada Map


I would pack:

  • a hoodie
  • t-shirts
  • tracksuit pants
  • rain coat
  •  hiking boots
  • runners
  • socks

 We will go to Canada for 1 month to visit my friends. Indonesia for 1 month and go to an aboriginal tribe for a month.

What I would do in Canada, Indonesia and the tribe:

  • See my friends
  • Find new facts
  • Be more aware
  • Take lots of photographs
  • Look at the different landscapes
  • Learn more about those particular people
  • Visit significant things/landmarks
  • Visit the main and unpopular cities

 Thank-you for reading this post.

Where would you like to go?

Please leave a comment below 🙂








Our Board Games!!

Hello Bloggers

Today my class had to make their own board games with literacy, maths and justice included in the task.

We had a great time and we learned a lot of facts.

What You Would Need To Play My Game:

  1. Base ( Board )
  2. Fact Sheet
  3. Icons
  4. Cards
  5. Pens
  6. Pencils
  7. Cardboard
  8. Permanent Marker

This is my board game 🙂


Instructions 🙂

  • You all roll the dice and the person with the lowest number goes first and so on
  • At least 2 players but the max is 4 people
  • Roll the dice and move how many spaces you get on the dice
  • The dealer gets the card that you land on
  • The dealer will ask the question and you will find the answer on the fact sheet
  • you say the answer to the dealer and see if you’re right
  • if you get the answer wrong you go back 3 spaces
  • If you land on a blank you stay there

Feedback 🙂

Grandma Mary – A  very well thought out game. Very enjoyable to play and answers were interesting to say the least . I’ll look forward to playing this new game with my other grandchildren next time I’m in Germany.

Thank you to all the people who made this happen 🙂

Please leave a comment below 🙂