Letter Writing 2

Letter writing is a very engaging and authentic way to learn formatting, punctuation and grammar. The activities in this unit should be learned in tandem with actual letter writing to aunts, uncles or other special far-away people. That way, students can learn and practice the letter writing skills and then apply them in their own letters. It would be especially rich to include their thoughts about books they are reading.
This lesson includes 5 printable learning activities.
Capitalizing Proper Nouns: Space Edition The captain needs help navigating the ship! Kids help the crew get through space by capitalizing proper nouns in this fast-paced space-themed game. Kids will practice identifying unique people, places, and organizations in this game's sentences. Soon enough, they'll be flying through space as they pick out proper nouns in all the text they read.
Capitalization: Proper Nouns 2 Use this exercise to give your struggling student additional practice in recognizing when to capitalize the names of people, places, and things.
Apostrophes in Contractions 2 Develop your student's reading and writing skills with these exercises that expand upon their knowledge of apostrophes in the written word by putting them in the context of contractions.
Placing Apostrophes in Possessives Time for an underwater adventure! In this game, kids choose the correct possessive noun to complete simple sentences. Some nouns in this game in S, and some are plural nouns, making it trickier than usual! Placing apostrophes in possessive nouns is a tricky skill–kids need to practice often to figure out the rules. Play this game now!
Apostrophes in Plural Possessive Nouns 1 Expand on your punctuation mark lessons with these exercises that allow your students to see apostrophes in action by creating plural possessive nouns.
Apostrophes in Singular Possessive Nouns 1 Help improve the fluidity of your students' written pieces by introducing them to possessive nouns. These exercises allow for individual practice and encourages students to think through challenges with helpful hints!
Possessive Pronouns 2 Build your fourth graders' writing skills with these exercises that have them practice matching possessive pronouns to their antecedent.
Pronoun Antecedent Agreement 1 Matching pronouns with their antecedent in writing can be confusing for some fourth graders, but these exercises were developed to aid in student understanding and retention.
Comma Before a Closer 1 Teach your students the difference between closers and multi-clause sentences with these exercises that have them practice their placement of punctuation marks in both cases.

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