Grade 1 capitalization worksheets will cover the rules for capitalizing names of people and places, the first word of a sentence, the pronoun “I”, the days and months of the year, and titles of movies, books, and television shows.
Following are two grade 1 capitalization worksheets that will give the students practice in capitalization. The students will recognize words that need a capital and rewrite sentences using proper capitalization.
Capital letters are needed for the names of people and places. Sentences always start with a capital letter.
EXAMPLE: Tony took Mary to New York.
A: INSTRUCTIONS: Circle the word that needs a capital letter. Hint: there are 15.
B: INSTRUCTIONS: Write the sentences with the correct capitalization. Hint: There are 15.
Answers to A:
Answers to B
The next of the grade 1 capitalization worksheets cover the rules of capitalization for the pronoun “I”, days and months of the year, and titles of books, movies, and television shows. It will also review the rules for the names of people and places, as well as for the beginning of a sentence.
Whenever you refer to yourself, you use the letter “I” and it is always capitalized. Days and months are always capitalized. Titles of movies, books, and television shows are also capitalized. Usually, you do not capitalize small words in titles, like a, an, and, or the.
EXAMPLE: On Tuesday, I saw Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
A. INSTRUCTIONS: Put an X next to the sentence that does not have the correct capitalization.
B. INSTRUCTIONS: In the following paragraph, circle the words that should be capitalized. There are 25.
there are so many things i love to do. i love going to the movie theater called hollywood cinema. my friend sam went with me last sunday. we watched toy story. then i took him to kentucky fried chicken. in december, i love to ice skate at glacier park. mostly, i like to play mario brothers.
There are so many things I love to do. I love going to the movie theater called Hollywood Cinema. My friend Sam went with me last Sunday. We watched Toy Story. Then I took him to Kentucky Fried Chicken. In December, I love to ice skate at Glacier Park. Mostly, I like to play Mario Brothers.
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