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If you're looking for a worksheet that will test your pupils' skills in capitalization, you may have just found it. Learners are presented with a fairly long story, "Freddie's Birthday." None of the words are capitalized. They must go through and appropriately capitalize all of the words that should begin with a capital letter.
3rd - 5th Language Arts 12 Views 40 Downloads
Beginnings and Endings
Are you working on punctuation? Use this excellent worksheet about how to properly begin a sentence and end it with punctuation! Learners practice capitalizing letters when appropriate, as well as choosing the correct ending punctuation. A very good worksheet is included in the plan for extra practice.
1st Language Arts 32 Views 98 Downloads
A Fantasy Story: Spooky!
This creepy fantasy story needs an ending! Learners use a spooky voice to read a short story ending at an ellipsis...what was in the dark, dark box? They illustrate what they think could have been in there and write a title for the story. There is a focus on using capital letters in the title.
K - 1st Language Arts 7 Views 51 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Introduce Reading Connected Text
Get your scholars ready to read their first story...with a little assistance, of course. Projecting the short story (included) for all readers to see, point to each word so they can sound it out together. The strategy here is not to have them shout out the word as soon as they know it; require that learners wait until you say, "what's the word?
K - 1st Language Arts 3 Views 4 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
When and how to use capital letters is the focus of this language arts presentation. The first slide gives the five most common rules for using capital letters. The rest of the slides give young readers lots of practice. Instant feedback is provided whether they get the answer right or wrong.
1st - 3rd Language Arts 6 Views 15 Downloads
Tracing Capital Letters I-P
Practice capital letters I-P in this printing drill worksheet, which has young writers examine arrows on sample letters to guide their pencils. A shaded letter gives them tracing practice, and then they try a few on their own in the space provided.
Pre-K - 1st Language Arts 3 Views 25 Downloads
Things To Remember When Writing a Story
Here is a set of useful reminders for children to think about when writing stories. They are coached on when to capitalize letters, how to properly use punctuation marks, when to use lots of description words, and to remember to have a distinct opening, middle, and end to their story.
3rd - 4th Language Arts 7 Views 13 Downloads
Lug and the Giant Stork - Capital Letters
Capital letters are the star of the show in a wonderful language arts lesson. After a teacher-led demonstration and discussion on capital letters, groups of pupils get together and work on the computer to fix the flashing letters that should be capitalized.
K - 1st Language Arts 15 Views 21 Downloads
Ding! The bell just rang, and your class is already diving into the day's focus with this practice opportunity. For each sentence provided, they add capital letters where necessary. Cut this sheet in two, and you have two days worth of bell-ringers!
7th - 9th Language Arts 14 Views 38 Downloads
The ea and ear sounds
Focus on the /ea/ and /ear/ sounds. Learners complete three sentences by adding the appropriate ea word from a word bank, re-writing each sentence. Then, they read an excerpt from Little Red Riding Hood and find all the words with the ear sound.
K - 1st Language Arts 3 Views 19 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Community Citizenship Quilt
Using proper punctuation and capitalization is very important, and can be difficult for younger students to remember. Second graders use Microsoft Word to learn how to type sentences using the shift key to make capital letters. They write a statement about what it means to be a good citizen.
2nd 21st Century Skills 3 Views 8 Downloads
Practice with Letters: Q-R
Get those pencils moving! Learners examine capital letters Q-X, first observing how the magic pencil prints each one. Then, they get a chance to trace a letter, following the arrows. Finally, it's time to try on their own! There is plenty of space here for your beginning printers to get some good practice writing these letters.
K - 1st Language Arts 3 Views 24 Downloads