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Punctuation: Using Question Marks

In this worksheet, students practise adding question marks to questions.

'Punctuation: Using Question Marks' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Writing: Vocabulary, Grammar and Punctuation

Curriculum subtopic:   Punctuate Sentences

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

A question is a type of sentence that needs an answer.

How old are you?

What time is it?

Can I go home now?

 

Questions always finish with a question mark.

Question mark

In this worksheet you can practise adding question marks to questions.

Write out this question again and add a question mark at the end.

 

Don't forget the capital letter at the beginning!

 

What time is it

Write out this question again and add a question mark at the end.

 

Don't forget the capital letter at the beginning!

 

What is your name

Write out this question again and add a question mark at the end.

 

Don't forget the capital letter at the beginning!

 

When is your birthday

Write out this question again and add a question mark at the end.

 

Don't forget the capital letter at the beginning!

 

Please may I have some more

Write out this question again and add a question mark at the end.

 

Don't forget the capital letter at the beginning!

 

Can you come out to play

Write out this question again and add a question mark at the end.

 

Don't forget the capital letter at the beginning!

 

Why are you crying

Write out this question again and add a question mark at the end.

 

Don't forget the capital letter at the beginning!

 

Can you play the piano

Write out this question again and add a question mark at the end.

 

Don't forget the capital letter at the beginning!

 

Where are you

Write out this question again and add a question mark at the end.

 

Don't forget the capital letter at the beginning!

 

Are you hungry

Write out this question again and add a question mark at the end.

 

Don't forget the capital letter at the beginning!

 

Who won the match

  • Question 1

Write out this question again and add a question mark at the end.

 

Don't forget the capital letter at the beginning!

 

What time is it

CORRECT ANSWER
What time is it?
EDDIE SAYS
Well done for giving this a go. You need to use a question mark instead of a full stop. The question mark goes after the last word in the same way a full stop would.
  • Question 2

Write out this question again and add a question mark at the end.

 

Don't forget the capital letter at the beginning!

 

What is your name

CORRECT ANSWER
What is your name?
EDDIE SAYS
How did you get on? We use a question mark to show the reader that a question is being asked.
  • Question 3

Write out this question again and add a question mark at the end.

 

Don't forget the capital letter at the beginning!

 

When is your birthday

CORRECT ANSWER
When is your birthday?
EDDIE SAYS
Did you put the question mark in the correct place? You need to put a question mark after the word 'birthday'. This shows the reader that a question is being asked. Keep up the super effort!
  • Question 4

Write out this question again and add a question mark at the end.

 

Don't forget the capital letter at the beginning!

 

Please may I have some more

CORRECT ANSWER
Please may I have some more?
EDDIE SAYS
Are you starting to get the hang of this now? Remember, we always use a capital letter for 'I'. All sentences should start with a capital letter and end in a full stop, question mark or exclamation mark. As this is a question, a question mark should be used.
  • Question 5

Write out this question again and add a question mark at the end.

 

Don't forget the capital letter at the beginning!

 

Can you come out to play

CORRECT ANSWER
Can you come out to play?
EDDIE SAYS
The question mark goes at the end of the sentence. You can do this!
  • Question 6

Write out this question again and add a question mark at the end.

 

Don't forget the capital letter at the beginning!

 

Why are you crying

CORRECT ANSWER
Why are you crying?
EDDIE SAYS
Did you remember the capital letter and the question mark? Always check your sentence before you move on.
  • Question 7

Write out this question again and add a question mark at the end.

 

Don't forget the capital letter at the beginning!

 

Can you play the piano

CORRECT ANSWER
Can you play the piano?
EDDIE SAYS
How did you get on? Make sure you read through your sentence to make sure it makes sense and you have included a capital letter and question mark.
  • Question 8

Write out this question again and add a question mark at the end.

 

Don't forget the capital letter at the beginning!

 

Where are you

CORRECT ANSWER
Where are you?
EDDIE SAYS
Remember we only use a question mark when a question is being asked. Excellent effort, now give the next question a try.
  • Question 9

Write out this question again and add a question mark at the end.

 

Don't forget the capital letter at the beginning!

 

Are you hungry

CORRECT ANSWER
Are you hungry?
EDDIE SAYS
Have you got the hang of it now? As you can see anytime we write down a question we need to use a question mark instead of a full stop.
  • Question 10

Write out this question again and add a question mark at the end.

 

Don't forget the capital letter at the beginning!

 

Who won the match

CORRECT ANSWER
Who won the match?
EDDIE SAYS
The question mark should always go in place of a full stop. You do not need to use both. Super effort!
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