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Punctuation: Statements and Questions

In this worksheet students decide whether sentences are statements or questions and punctuate them accordingly.

'Punctuation: Statements and Questions' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Writing: Vocabulary, Grammar and Punctuation

Curriculum subtopic:   Use Sentences with Different Forms

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

A sentence can be either a statement or a question.

 

These sentences are statements.

Dad is going shopping.  Dogs are good swimmers

 

These sentences need an answer, so they are questions.

Is Dad going shopping?  Are dogs good swimmers? 

 

Did you notice that the questions have question marks at the end of them?

Read this sentence and decide whether it is a statement or a question.

 

My name is Joe.

statement

question

Read this sentence and decide whether it is a statement or a question.

 

Where is my scooter?

statement

question

Read this sentence and decide whether it is a statement or a question.

 

What time are we going out?

statement

question

Read this sentence and decide whether it is a statement or a question.

 

I like dancing.

statement

question

This time, decide whether the sentence is a statement or a question and then write it out again.

 

Add a full stop if it is a statement, but add a question mark if it is a question. Don't forget the capital letter at the beginning!

 

How old are you

Decide whether the sentence is a statement or a question and then write it out again.

 

Add a full stop if it is a statement, but add a question mark if it is a question. Don't forget the capital letter at the beginning!

 

My name is Bill

Decide whether the sentence is a statement or a question and then write it out again.

 

Add a full stop if it is a statement, but add a question mark if it is a question. Don't forget the capital letter at the beginning!

 

Can penguins fly

Decide whether the sentence is a statement or a question and then write it out again.

 

Add a full stop if it is a statement, but add a question mark if it is a question. Don't forget the capital letter at the beginning!

 

Why are you late

Decide whether the sentence is a statement or a question and then write it out again.

 

Add a full stop if it is a statement, but add a question mark if it is a question. Don't forget the capital letter at the beginning!

 

I am riding my bike

Decide whether the sentence is a statement or a question and then write it out again.

 

Add a full stop if it is a statement, but add a question mark if it is a question. Don't forget the capital letter at the beginning!

 

When can I have my lunch

  • Question 1

Read this sentence and decide whether it is a statement or a question.

 

My name is Joe.

CORRECT ANSWER
statement
  • Question 2

Read this sentence and decide whether it is a statement or a question.

 

Where is my scooter?

CORRECT ANSWER
question
  • Question 3

Read this sentence and decide whether it is a statement or a question.

 

What time are we going out?

CORRECT ANSWER
question
  • Question 4

Read this sentence and decide whether it is a statement or a question.

 

I like dancing.

CORRECT ANSWER
statement
  • Question 5

This time, decide whether the sentence is a statement or a question and then write it out again.

 

Add a full stop if it is a statement, but add a question mark if it is a question. Don't forget the capital letter at the beginning!

 

How old are you

CORRECT ANSWER
How old are you?
  • Question 6

Decide whether the sentence is a statement or a question and then write it out again.

 

Add a full stop if it is a statement, but add a question mark if it is a question. Don't forget the capital letter at the beginning!

 

My name is Bill

CORRECT ANSWER
My name is Bill.
  • Question 7

Decide whether the sentence is a statement or a question and then write it out again.

 

Add a full stop if it is a statement, but add a question mark if it is a question. Don't forget the capital letter at the beginning!

 

Can penguins fly

CORRECT ANSWER
Can penguins fly?
  • Question 8

Decide whether the sentence is a statement or a question and then write it out again.

 

Add a full stop if it is a statement, but add a question mark if it is a question. Don't forget the capital letter at the beginning!

 

Why are you late

CORRECT ANSWER
Why are you late?
  • Question 9

Decide whether the sentence is a statement or a question and then write it out again.

 

Add a full stop if it is a statement, but add a question mark if it is a question. Don't forget the capital letter at the beginning!

 

I am riding my bike

CORRECT ANSWER
I am riding my bike.
  • Question 10

Decide whether the sentence is a statement or a question and then write it out again.

 

Add a full stop if it is a statement, but add a question mark if it is a question. Don't forget the capital letter at the beginning!

 

When can I have my lunch

CORRECT ANSWER
When can I have my lunch?
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