Surround children with our free, printable capitalization worksheets so they key into an important concept in standard grammar in the written form of the English language. An area where a lot of growing grammarians are likely to err, capitalization must be mastered with bags of practice. Capitalize the first word in a sentence, capitalize names of people, days, months, geographical places, and holidays, and more. Leave kids brimming with confidence and expertise in when to capitalize and when not to with our capitalization worksheet pdfs with answer keys.
These worksheets are most recommended for students in kindergarten through grade 4.
CCSS: L.K.2.A, L.1.2.A, L.2.2.A
Show the kindergarten and grade 1 children their first stepping stone to learning capitalization with this worksheet, where they are expected to rewrite a bunch of sentences by capitalizing their first words. This is capitalizing at its most fundamental.
Be economical and don't practice generosity while capitalizing! The task for 1st grade kids in this capitalization worksheet pdf is to keep their grammatical eyes wide open and capitalize only names of people, days, and dates.
If you see a 2nd grade peer writing "memorial day", put on your pedantic grammarian's coat and get busy giving a little capitalization lesson. Capitalize names of days, months, and holidays. Capitalize wherever needed and rewrite sentences.
Like it or loathe it, capitalization is why many an otherwise grammatically well-to-do child in grade 2 and grade 3 fails to impress in a big way. Capitalize the geographical places, words like England and Alaska, and rewrite the sentences.
Gifted are the children in 3rd grade and 4th grade who can fix the capitalization errors in a sentence in a jiffy! Revel in a capitalization triumph in this part of printable capitalization worksheets! Read the sentences; correct their capitalization errors.