These bright, appealing grammar worksheets are a great help for practising and revising the use of question marks in Y2. There are three worksheets in total, covering the following five sections – ‘understand’, ‘challenge’, ‘test’, ‘explain’ and ‘apply’.
Tia is answering Sunil’s questions. What do you think Sunil might have asked? Remember to include question marks
David wants to know more about giraffes. Write down 3 questions he might have for the zoo keeper
Students decide between inserting a question mark or a full stop to complete several sentences, before then deciding which interrogative pronouns can be used to complete several partially written questions
‘What’ and ‘how’ are two words I might use in a question. Can you think of five other question words?
It was sports day at David’s school today and his dad wants to know what happened. Write a conversation between David and his dad
What is a question mark?
A punctuation mark (’?’) placed at the end of a sentence to show that a question is being asked.
- What’s your name?
- Is this yours? I found it outside.
- Who is your teacher?
National Curriculum English programme of study links
Pupils should be taught to ... punctuate sentences using a capital letter and a full stop, question mark or exclamation mark.