Use a Capital Letter for Names of People - Year 1.
Copy these sentences and add capital letters where they are needed. 1. the dog ran up to anne. she picked up the ball and gave it to the owner. 2. what day is it today? it’s sunday.
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They will also begin to learn that most capital letters look different to their lower-case partners and will begin to understand why that is and why we use capital letters. Teachers may wish to use this letter tracing worksheet as a part of handwriting practice lessons or to use for homework so that students can practice in their own time.
Capital letters. Remember that sentences always start with a capital letter. T oday was sunny. A person's name (proper noun) always starts with a capital letter even if they are in the middle of a sentence. J ake went out to play. On the way to the park, he saw S am. A place (proper noun) also begins with a capital letter. We went to Y ork in.
Use this sheet to get children to practise their use of capital letters.
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