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.
Your first graders should be well on their way to understanding that you can't write sentences without proper capitalization! Use this writing assessment to measure your students’ abilities to correctly capitalize sentences.
Teach your students to complete sentences with this cut-and-paste activity! Kindergarteners will practice sentence construction using scissors, glue, and drawings in this interactive writing worksheet.
Capitalizing the Beginning of a Sentence Resources
Start your students' writing careers off with the basics. Capitalizing sentences allows readers to see the beginning of a new train of thought, and makes it so these breaks are not completely reliant on periods. These lesson plans, games, and worksheets give your students all the practice they need to master this subject. Take it to the next step with our first grade subject and verb agreement resources.