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Punctuation personified.

Punctuation personified.

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Published by Scolar Press in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • English language -- Punctuation -- Juvenile literature.

  • Edition Notes

    GenreJuvenile literature.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPE1450 .P86 1978
    The Physical Object
    Pagination16 p. :
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL93779M
    ISBN 100859675025
    LC Control Number99204771

    Punctuation Flip-Book gives your students the opportunity to learn about and use 15 different punctuation marks in a fun flip-book. Use in whole or small group instruction, center time, independent practice, or for homework. Then watch as they quickly become independent in correctly using punctuat.   Still, there are some punctuation mark uses you might still not know about despite using and seeing them on a regular basis. Here are 14 common punctuation marks in English. 1.

      A quick read featuring personified punctuation marks, this story’s message about learning to be yourself is a memorable read. And because it features the familiar question mark and period, it’s also worth using for a grammar lesson! Love by Matt de la Peña. Punctuation Personified, or Pointing Made Easy by Mr Stops: A facsimile of the edition Paperback – 1 Oct. by Bodleian Lib (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" Reviews: 1.

    Punctuation in a story is like the spice in a soup. When we’re sipping that soup off our spoons, we’re not likely to notice or identify every spice that has created the uniquely delicious flavor caressing our taste buds. Same goes for punctuation. When shaken out with a skillful hand, the very effectiveness of punctuation makes it go unnoticed. This prompt is based on a funny little book by Robin Pulver called Punctuation Takes a Vacation. In this story, the author imagines that punctuation--like a person--could decide on its own that it was going to pack up and take a vacation. Chaos ensues back in Mr. Wright's classroom with no punctuation to be found anywhere.


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It is evident to see how a child would have enjoyed learning about grammar through Punctuation Personified, as its simple but instructive verse and vibrant illustrations skillfully open up a fresh world of knowledge. This new edition, featuring a modern introduction, will delight and amuse readers of all ages.4/4(1).

Punctuation Personified or Pointing Made Easy. By Mr. Stops. London: J. Harris & Son, London, c. 16 hand-colored engravings. Part of 'Harris's Cabinet of Amusement and Instruction consisting of the most Approved Novelties for the Nursery'.

Illustrated wrappers (book covers) Children's books Facsimile (reproduction) children's books Juvenile works Library (institution) copies (document genres Juvenile literature: Material Type: Juvenile audience: Document Type: Book: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title.

Facsim. of: London: J. Harris, Punctuation personified, or, Pointing made easy by Mr Stops: a facsimile of the edition. From the author of Alfie the Apostrophe () comes a new picture book starring school-age, personified punctuation marks.

Penny, a period, and her pal Quentin, a question mark, practice together for the upcoming punctuation bee, where contestants will be given words and challenged to use them in sentences along with their particular punctuation marks.5/5(3).

Punctuation personifiedendeavours to teach the Punctuation personified. book of 'pointing' (that is to say, the insertion of punctuation) by using verse to define the various punctuation marks and to demonstrate their use.

The verses are ingenious, but the thoroughly charming illustrations to which each stanza refers are the book's. Books shelved as personification: The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt, Punctuation personified.

book Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein, School's First Day of School by Adam Rex. In Semicolons, Cupcakes and Cucumbers by Steve Newberry, punctuation is personified literally. The four main characters in the book are Period, Question Mark, Exclamation Point, and Comma. Semicolon makes a guest appearance at the end.

The Complete Guide to Punctuation details correct usage and common errors in English punctuation. This free eBook addresses proper use of semicolons, colons, the dash, commas and other important punctuation marks. Although the Internet has caused a trend towards misuse of punctuation, it is essential to maintain correct and proper use of punctuation to convey the writer's precise meaning.

Take a look at some of these great examples of punctuation mistakes. If you didn’t previously recognize the importance of punctuation, you will after seeing these.

1) Dear John Punctuation. The Dear John punctuation example is a very commonly used story about a man who received a beautiful letter from his loved one. This module discusses the commonly used punctuation marks, their significance and their implementation.

1) COMMA (,) The comma is used to indicate a short pause. It is used: a. for words, phrases, and clauses in a series. For example, "Gandhiji, the Father of the Nation, died on 30th January, "Apples, Mangoes and Bananas are my favourites.". Meet the Puncs is punctuation personified. Each delightfully illustrated member of the family has a fitting facial feature, and his or her brief biography is the picture of the perfect punctuation, with the character's corresponding mark prominently displayed/5(1).

In this lesson, explore how writers use personification to give human characteristics to objects, ideas, and animals.

Learn about apostrophe, or when characters speak to objects, ideas, and even. Love how the author personifies punctuation.

School’s First Day of School by Adam Rex, illustrated by Christian Robinson Janitor tells the newly built school that soon teachers and children will be coming. ‘Ultimately, his point - or question, rather - is serious and clear: why must non-humans be personified in order for us to care?’ ‘I mean, sure, there are plenty of books where the characters are animals, but they're personified animals.’ ‘The trucks seem to personify the.

Similar Items. Punctuation at work simple principles for achieving clarity and good style / by: Lauchman, Richard. Published: () The Associated Press guide to punctuation / by: Cappon, René J. Published: () Punctuation personified, or, Pointing made easy by Mr.

Stops:. Meet the Puncs is punctuation personified. Each delightfully illustrated member of the family has a fitting facial feature, and his or her brief biography is the picture of the perfect punctuation, with the character's corresponding mark prominently displayed. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Punctuation Personified at the best online prices at eBay.

Free shipping for many products. Punctuation Personified. Paperback – 1 Jan. by Mr Stops (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from Paperback, 1 Jan. "Please retry" £ — £ Paperback £ 1 Used from £ Author: Mr Stops.

Punctuation Personified or Pointing Made Easy, purportedly by Mr. Stops. (London: J. Harris & Son, c. ) Find this Pin and more on Handwriting and Typography ~ 18th and 19th centuries by Lady. The punctuation marks - comma, hyphen, colon, and period - are used the way they would be used in a paragraph.

Rules for capitalization are also followed. The first word in every sentence is.The possessive case shows ownership. With the addition of ’s (or sometimes just the apostrophe), a noun can change from a simple person, place, or thing to a person, place, or thing that owns something. There are a few different ways to form the possessive of a noun.

We’ll discuss these ways below.mini-book The Sentence Enders (Sentence-Ending Punctuation) The different types of sentences are personified in four brothers, Declarative Dave, Interrogative Terry, Exclamatory Ed, and Imperative Ivan.