2Kinds of Sentences There are 4 types of sentences! A sentence that is a statement ends with a period and is called Declarative.A sentence that gives directions or a command ends with a period and is called Imperative.A sentence that asks a questions ends with a question mark and is called Interrogative.A sentence that shows strong feeling ends with an exclamation point and is called Exclamatory.
3Examples: Mammals are warm blooded. (Declarative) Are kangaroos mammals? (Interrogative)Please put the hamster back in its cage. (Imperative)I hate snakes! (Exclamatory)
5Try It. Read Each Sentence below Try It! Read Each Sentence below. Write the type of sentence on the line.Go outside and build a snowman. ___________________Then, mother said, “Wear your cap, Stan!” ____________imperativeexclamatory
6Practice Put the correct end mark at the end of each sentence. ?Where does snow come fromIcy droplets of water in clouds turn into snowflakesIt’s amazing that no two snowflakes are alikeWhere do the water droplets come fromThey come from Earth’s lakes, rivers, and oceans.!?.
7Proofread Read the paragraph below. Insert end marks where they belong. What can change in a minute or stay the same for months at a time The weather The tropics are hot areas of the world In the tropics, the weather doesn’t change for months at a time In some parts of the world, storms can change a sunny day into a rainy day Trying to figure out what the weather will be is a difficult job?!...!