Students will practice identifying correctly used quotation marks by completing this printable activity. The directions ask students to read through the given sentences and circle the number of the sentences in which quotation marks are used correctly. Ideal for 3rd – 6th grade students, but can be used where appropriate.
Quotation Mark Worksheets
Quotation marks are punctuation marks most often used to signal direct quotations: the actual words or text that someone said or wrote. However, they may also signal an unusual use of a word, such as an ironic reference or a slang expressions. Title of songs, short stories and other short works are also enclosed in quotation marks in text. The punctuation worksheets below are free for you to use at home or in class. To read about each one, click on the title.
For your beginning grammarian, this game asks her to match the punctuation symbol with the word.
This fun match game helps young students recognize punctuation symbols.
Your student is asked to add quotation marks to sentences in this worksheet.
This worksheet helps your youngster understand where commas go when working with quotation marks.
This worksheet helps your student understand where to put an exclamation point in relation to quotation marks.
Let’s work with periods and quotation marks!
Mind your Ps (punctuation) and Qs (question marks and quotation marks) with this worksheet!
Your student will correct the misplaced quotations marks in this punctuation worksheet.
In this worksheet indirect quotes will become direct quotes.
This worksheet features punctuating a quotation inside a quotation.
This writing practice asks your student to create sentences using quotation marks.