Students read and examine realistic fiction passages about spring as they practice 4 sets of capitalization rules before applying them altogether. This PowerPoint focuses on the difference between proper and common nouns. Like all my products, the writing has been crafted to engage the quirky, sometimes snarky, middle-school mind.
-Editable Instruction Slide, including definitions and examples
-Each of the 4 slides focuses on 1 subset of capitalization rules, and then students apply all of the rules at once on the 5th slide!
-The PowerPoint is animated to reveal the answers one at a time for an engaging, guided activity!
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--Definitions, Examples, and Answer Keys included!
TEKS Focus (Oral and Written Conventions/Handwriting, Capitalization, and Punctuation); 18(A), 20(A), 21(A/B), 22(B): Students use appropriate capitalization conventions
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