Question Mark Games
Using our question mark games you will be able to learn how to use question marks - perfect for supporting the learning of your key stage 1 students. The punctuation game features Zed our inventor tortoise. He’s at it again, building inventions in his shed, put the question marks with the questions to give Zed more tools to help him with his latest invention. What could it be this time? Please register if you intend on using this game.
Zed's Question Mark Game
Can you help Zed with his question marks in this punctuation game? He's desperate to start building a new invention but needs you to add the question mark to just the questions, if you add them correctly you'll be able to give Zed his tools. You will find more question mark games using this theme at Club Roy.
A sentence and question will appear but they both have full stops! Read them carefully, one of them is a question and should have a question mark.
Drag the question mark looking glass over the top of the full stop that you think should be a question mark. Hey presto, it will change into a question mark when you drop it.
The punctuation game will detect that you have answered the question and will mark the round automatically. Now you'll be able to give Zed one of his tools.
Drag a tool and drop it on top of the shed. Zed will be very pleased with you and will scamper into his shed to use it on his invention.