National Punctuation Day Great School Activity
By Susan Stern
(Omaha, NE) — Tuesday, September 24, 2013 is National Punctuation Day®, celebrating the common comma, quintessential quotation mark, pertinent period, extraordinary exclamation point, stupendous semicolon and enthralling ellipsis…
Pitching Perfect Punctuation!
“Grammar is so much fun, especially all the wondrous things one can do with punctuation. What a great day for our nation’s teachers to schedule lesson plans around this holiday, and get children enthused about punctuation!” notes Susan Stern, an Omaha copywriter and marketing consultant.
Tuesday September 24, 2013 | Punctuation Day | Hooray!
The National Punctuation Day® group is sponsoring an essay contest of no more than 250 words. Question: explain how National Punctuation Day® has affected the way you think about punctuation (or not), and how the holiday has affected your writing (or not). Deadline is October 31, 2013. Learn more here.
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