National Punctuation Day, September 24

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National Punctuation Day was founded by Jeff Rubin back in 2004.  It brings awareness to this important but sometimes overlooked skill.  Knowing how to use correct punctuation is a skill that students need and will use their entire life, but sometimes teaching about it can be a little boring to students.  Here are some ideas to help make teaching about punctuation fun:

A Listing of the Most Used Punctuation Marks:

Fun Activities:

  1. The Punctuation Relay
  2. Wynken, Blyken, and Nod Poetry Punctuation Game
  3. Pin the Punctuation Mark on the Sentence

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