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Take me out for some. Sentences !. What to do . . . First, click on the baseball in the corner to guide you to a webpage that will teach you all about sentence types and ending punctuation. It’s time to play ball!!

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Take me out for some

Take me out for some

Sentences!


Take me out for some

What to do . . .

First, click on the baseball in the corner to guide you to a webpage that will teach you all about sentence types and ending punctuation.


Take me out for some

It’s time to play ball!!

The first four slides will ask you about the types of sentences we just read about. The final three questions ask you to put the correct punctuation at the end of each sentence. Click on the top of each baseball to select your answer.


What is a declarative sentence

What is a declarative sentence?

Gives a command or asks

someone to do something.

Proclaims something

with strong emotion.

Makes a statement.

Makes a statement


What is an exclamatory sentence

What is an exclamatory sentence?

Proclaims something

with strong emotion.

Gives a command or asks

someone to do something.

Makes a statement.


What is an interrogative sentence

What is an interrogative sentence?

Gives a command or asks

someone to do something.

Asks a question or

requests information.

Proclaims something

with strong emotion.


What is an imperative sentence

What is an imperative sentence?

Asks a question or

requests information.

Proclaims something

with strong emotion.

Gives a command or asks

someone to do something.


Their cat is black

Their cat is black

.

?

!


Where are we going

Where are we going

.

?

!


I am so excited

I am so excited

.

?

!


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OOPS!

FOUL BALL!

Click the bat to get another swing at the question.


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OOPS!

FOUL BALL!

Click the bat to get another swing at the question.


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OOPS!

FOUL BALL!

Click the bat to get another swing at the question.


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OOPS!

FOUL BALL!

Click the bat to get another swing at the question.


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OOPS!

FOUL BALL!

Click the bat to get another swing at the question.


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OOPS!

FOUL BALL!

Click the bat to get another swing at the question.


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OOPS!

FOUL BALL!

Click the bat to get another swing at the question.


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CONGRATULATIONS!

You hit a home run!!

Declarative sentences

make a statement.

Click on the baseball glove to go to the next question.


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CONGRATULATIONS!

You hit a home run!!

Exclamatory sentences

proclaim something

with strong emotion.

Click on the baseball glove to go to the next question.


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CONGRATULATIONS!

You hit a home run!!

Interrogative sentences

ask a question or

request information.

Click on the baseball glove to go to the next question.


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CONGRATULATIONS!

You hit a home run!!

Imperative sentences

give a command or ask

someone to do something.

Click on the baseball glove to go to the next question.


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CONGRATULATIONS!

You hit a home run!!

Declarative sentences

always end with a period.

Click on the baseball glove to go to the next question.


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CONGRATULATIONS!

You hit a home run!!

Interrogative sentences

always end with a

question mark.

Click on the baseball glove to go to the next question.


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CONGRATULATIONS!

You hit a home run!!

Exclamatory sentences

always end with an

exclamation point.

Click on the baseball glove for the final review.


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FINAL REVIEW!!

  • Declarative sentences

  • make a statement and state facts.

  • always end with a period

  • Exclamatory sentences

  • proclaim something and convey strong emotion

  • always end with an exclamation point

  • Interrogative sentences

  • ask a question or requests information

  • always ends with a question mark

  • Imperative sentence

  • gives a command or asks someone to do something

  • always ends with a period

Click the baseball for more practice on ending punctuation.


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