Watch this hip hop granny teach you the full stop bop to remember your full stops! https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks1-english-capital-letters-full-stops/zjmrhbk
A full stop is a punctuation mark used to separate sentences. Full stops (and capital letters) are the first grammatical terms children are introduced to at school.
How can I reinforce full stops at home?
Your child should be encouraged to read of say sentences aloud, and using the full stop bop action (just a punch in the air) can help indicate when a full stop is needed, and reminds them to put a full stop at the end of their sentences!
You could try asking your child to add full stops to some of your writing without and punctuation at all, see if they can do this one: 'Alice played on the swings Jamie likes to visit his grandma after school Jamie's favorite food is pizza.'
Encouraging your child to 'hold a sentence' where you say a sentence aloud and the children are asked to remember it and write it down, placing a full stop at the end.