For those kinesthetic learners, this can be a great tool. Other skills that this addresses are reading, communication, bilateral asymmetrical coordination, and social skills.
Try putting the statements up on a wall and have kids cut out each punctuation square and stick it on the appropriate statement.
OPTIONS: Have kids write the punctuation within the bubble punctuation that is within each square. You may also choose to have kids copy a sentence of their choice. For keyboarding, have kids pick out some sentence strips and then type them. This can help with locating the punctuation keys on the keyboard.
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