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Spring, Easter, Earth Day, and Arbor Day theme pages included! Updated for April 2019 with accurate dates for writing practice (like Monday, April 22 for Earth Day). In this packet are 15 fix it up sentences worksheets (86 sentences total) designed for emergent readers to practice capitalizing the first letter of a sentence, the pronoun I, names of people, places, and things, and days, months, and holidays, as well as end punctuation and commas in a list, in a greeting or closing of a letter, and in dates between the day and the month! I’ve used mainly Dolch pre-primer to second grade sight words, as well as April-theme words and phrases like spring, garden, Easter, etc.
This packet can be used in full or you can use different worksheets to help students at the level that they are at individually. The worksheets gradually increase in level of difficulty, so that in the first few pages students practice end punctuation, then the pronoun I, and names of people, places, and things (products). Toward the middle of the packet, days, months, holidays and comma uses are introduced, and the last third provides practice for all the capitalization and punctuation rules. Once a concept is introduced, such as names, I continue to include practice for that concept as much as possible throughout the rest of the worksheets. I also try to make each page have a bit of a story or cute theme.
The worksheets can be used individually or put together with a title page, two contents check list pages, and back cover page to make a cute little fix it up sentences book. Simply print on either side, staple the top, middle, and bottom of the left side of the pages, and the book is all set up! An optional capitalization and punctuation rules bookmark is also included, so that the kids can be given a helpful rules reference if they need it.
Fix It Up Sentences Book for April includes:
*Bookmark with capitalization and punctuation rules
*Book Cover in color / black and white
*Contents, 2 pages with check boxes
*Spring is Here!
*The Egg Hunt
*Malik, James, and Zoe
*Sammy the Squirrel
*Back cover of book