I was curious about that quote. So I explored the matter a little further and found a great article titled Punching-home-the-art-of-punctuation where the writer uses the game Kung Fu Punctuation as a fun way to learn punctuation… seeing how it doesn't seem to be taught very well in schools these days (so that it "sticks"), that is.
"Full stops, commas, apostrophes - they can be hard for children to grasp. It helps to get physical", says Phil Beadle, in his book 'Could Do Better!' So he uses Kung Fu movements and vocals to help kids grasp the rules in learning punctuation.
I found a lot more funny punctuation examples with unintended meanings, too. I decided to add a few and some images with them… just for the fun of it. It sure seems like a fun way to learn for the kids in a buzzing kids world. What do you think?
A cat has claws at the end of its paws.
A comma is a pause at the end of a clause.