Writing reports and other kinds of informational pieces is a skill unto itself. It requires an understanding of organizing and sequencing thoughts, tying them together in a way that makes sense to the reader and sometimes a bit of research. It is recommended that students participate in writing their own informational essay on a topic of their choice. This will allow them to apply all that they are learning through the exercises in this unit.
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!