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Your students can practice capitalizing beginning of sentences, punctuating ends of sentences with periods and question marks as well as 3 different ways to use commas in sentences. Students with disabilities often require repeated practice to master skills. This set provides simple practice of writing sentences using correct capitalization and punctuation. Students use the prompt sentence and copy it correctly on the writing line(s) immediately below it using correct capitalization and punctuation. Each worksheet contains 5 easy to read sentences using basic sight words and phrases.
This 10 worksheet packet include 2 identical sets of sentences; one with primary writing lines and the other with intermediate top and bottom lines. See description in thumbnails for images.
This set of Capitals and punctuation covers commas. There are sentences to practice commas used in the following ways.
The worksheets in this set require the students to read the prompt sentence and rewrite the sentence beneath it. The lines are provided for students to rewrite the entire sentence.
Also included in this set is an answer key for each worksheet.
Be sure to check out my other capital and punctuation individual packets (Sets 1-8) and bundles. The bundle saves you 25% every day when compared to purchasing the sets individually.
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