Uses of Special Characters on Keyboard

 

 

Welcome to class!

Hello, little keyboard explorers! Today, we’re going to discover the exciting world of special characters on the keyboard and learn about the awesome things they can do.

Uses of Special Characters on Keyboard

The Uses of Special Characters

Uses of Special Characters on Keyboard

Exclamation Mark (!): This special character is like a cheerleader. It adds excitement to your words! For example, “Hooray!”

Question Mark (?): The question mark is like a detective. It helps you ask questions. You might say, “Where is my toy?”

Uses of Special Characters on Keyboard

Apostrophe (‘): The apostrophe is like a tiny space-saver. It shows that something belongs to someone, like “Tom’s hat.”

Uses of Special Characters on Keyboard

Ampersand (&): The ampersand is like a team player. It joins words together, like “peanut butter & jelly.”

Dollar Sign ($): The dollar sign is like a money magician. It represents dollars, like “$5.”

At Symbol (@): The at symbol is like an email address marker. It’s used in email addresses, like “google@example.com.”

Hashtag (#): The hashtag is like a social media superstar. It’s used to talk about topics, like #funwithfriends.

Imagine you’re on a quest to find these special characters on your keyboard. When you spot one, think of a word or sentence where you can use it. It’s like a treasure hunt for special characters!

Great job today, little keyboard explorers! You’ve unlocked the uses of special characters on the keyboard. Keep practicing, and you’ll be a master of words and symbols in no time!

Special characters are like secret codes for writing. They make your words more interesting and help you express yourself better!

Question Time

  1. What does an exclamation mark add to a sentence, and can you give an example of when you might use it?
  2. How does a question mark help you in writing, and when do you use it?
  3. What does an apostrophe show in a word, and can you think of a sentence using it?
  4. What’s the role of an ampersand, and can you create a phrase where it joins words together?

We have come to the end of today’s class. I hope you enjoyed the class!

In the next class, we shall be discussing about Features of Computer Mouse.

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