Second grade writers often need extra support with the rules of capitalization, puncuation, apostrophes, and proper nouns. The exercises in this guided lesson cover these four key grammar rules, and provide kids with targeted exercises to help them practice writing with correct grammar usage. To help gain even more practice with new writing skills, download and print the capitalization and punctuation worksheets suggested as part of this lesson.
Introduce children to the uppercase alphabet with this guided lesson for kindergarteners. Kids will first learn to identify uppercase letters, one letter at a time. Then, they will be taught the sounds that each letter makes. Not only does this help with early reading skills, but helps kids practice their listening skills, as well. When finished with this lesson, feel free to browse the uppercase letters worksheets for further learning.
Capitalization in writing comes with a lot of rules: Proper nouns, beginnings of sentences, abbreviations, and so on. It’s a lot to remember, but it can be done! Get started learning about capitalization with our worksheets, games, activities and more. Learn when and how to use a capital letter, and perhaps more importantly, when not to. Once you get the hang of it, capitalization will be a breeze.
These worksheets, workbooks, games, and activities are a capital idea for helping a struggling language student! Capital letters come up in some words, and for students just learning to write, there doesn't seem to be a lot of rhyme or reason to when and how to use them. We have lots of ways to practice capitalization, and they come in lots of formats, too: Straighten out capital letters with these many capitalization resources, perfect for students getting familiar with the written alphabet. Preschoolers may want to trace capital letters on a worksheet to know how they're written, and older students can practice putting them into sentences with an online exercise. Though it might seem simple, there's a science behind it: All our content is developed by a team of teachers, tutors, and other educators, and based on national curriculum standards, so you can be sure that, once they're finished, your student will really know their stuff!