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In this capital letters worksheet, students circle letters in sentences that should be capitalized and write their own sentences. Students complete 3 tasks.
For this capital letters worksheet, students write the capital letters and lowercase letters of the alphabet in the boxes provided and capitalize the first word correctly in three sentences.
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. A great assessment tool, or homework assignment.
An outstanding worksheet for young writers is here for you. In it, learners are coached on when it's necessary to capitalize letters when writing. There is a very good worksheet embedded in the plan to give them extra practice.
In this capital letters worksheet, 2nd graders rewrite 4 sentences while inserting capital letters. They practice writing the capital letters A through N.
In this capital letters worksheet, students read 4 sentences about a zebra named Roy. Students rewrite the sentences, starting each one with a capital letter.
In this capitalization and punctuation worksheet, students read 4 sentences. Students rewrite each sentence and put in the missing capital letters and periods.
Learners trace the capital letters on the page to practice their printing. They trace the entire alphabet five times. Fantastic practice for young writers.
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.
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?" before reciting it. Prepare kids for more difficult words. Once they finish, have them read through it again more quickly. Point out that the first word has a capital letter and the sentence ends in a period. 
In this capital letters activity, 2nd graders master the usage of capitalization. Students study 8 questions and circle that sentences that are written correctly and fix those that are not.
Sixth graders understand the usage of capital letters for mapping skills. In this capitalization lesson, 6th graders correct sentences to insert appropriate capital letters. Students select cities from the sentences and make a word puzzle.
In this ESL nouns/capital letters worksheet, students  choose the correct spelling of given nouns, selecting the one capitalized correctly, then correct capitalization errors in a set of sentences.
Capital letters are the star of the show in a wonderful language arts lesson plan. 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. There is an online activity embedded in the plan, a printable worksheet that can be used as a homework assignment, and some terrific extension activities as well. A great lesson plan for the young ones!
In this capital letter worksheet, students read find mistakes in a set of 5 sentences, capitalizing when necessary; students capitalize beginning words in the sentence and proper nouns. 
In this capital letters worksheet, students write five names of their friends in the first box. Students then write down 5 names of places they have visited. Students write the month they were born and the current day.
In this language arts activity, students sort all the letters of the alphabet into a pile. Then they select all of the capital letters and write the lowercase letters next to each. Students also fill in the missing letters of a chart.
In this recognizing capital letter rules worksheet, students read sentences, circle the letters that should have a capital, and write the corresponding rule. Students correct twelve sentences.
In these two recognizing beginning of sentences and proper nouns begin with capital letters worksheets, students read sentences and rewrite them adding capital letters where appropriate. Students rewrite 9 sentences.
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.

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