Capitalization is an important skill that Kindergarten and 1st graders need to learn in order to write correctly. Capitalization means using uppercase letters at the beginning of a sentence, for proper nouns (like names of people, places, or things), and for the pronoun “I”.
There are 10 general rules for capitalization that students should learn starting in Kindergarten. Learning capitalization can be FUN!!!! Especially when it is broken down into general rules and fun usages of each.
This ELA ready-to-use resource:
. explains the 10 general rules of capitalization
. includes practice worksheets for each rule of capitalization
. includes a review section
Resource includes 23 practice sheets.
It can be used throughout the school year as new vocabulary and writing is introduced.
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