Sentence Work – capital letters, full stops and question marks.

Sentence Work – capital letters, full stops and question marks.
Sentence Work – capital letters, full stops and question marks.
Sentence Work – capital letters, full stops and question marks.
Sentence Work – capital letters, full stops and question marks.
Sentence Work – capital letters, full stops and question marks.
Sentence Work – capital letters, full stops and question marks.
Sentence Work – capital letters, full stops and question marks.
Sentence Work – capital letters, full stops and question marks.
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Activity sheets for learning about capital letters, full stops and question marks. The sentences contain high frequency sight words so they are suitable for junior students (early readers).

Activities:
♦ READ the text.
♦ EDIT the text (capital letters, full stops, question marks).
♦ WRITE the edited text on the lines.
♦ DRAW a picture in the empty box.

Four Levels:
♦ 1 sentence
♦ 1 sentence (questions)
♦ 2 sentences
♦ 2 sentences (with questions)

Two Formats:
♦ A4 size paper (with NZ/AU/UK spelling)
♦ Letter size paper (with US spelling - mom)

Each level contains 5 different activity sheets. This resource contains a total of 20 worksheets. Each set of worksheets has a different ‘bee’ picture.

What needs editing?
♦ Punctuation - full stops and question marks.
♦ Capital Letters – beginning of sentences, I, proper nouns.

The font used is ‘NZ Basic Script’. The letter shapes are the same as those recommended in the NZ Ministry of Education Handbook – ‘Teaching Handwriting’. The lines are 14mm high with a 7mm dashed line.

A helpful resource for literacy stations, focused writing lessons or homework.

THE SENTENCES:

Level A – 1 sentence
Look at the little bird in the big tree.
Mum and Dad looked for my reading book.
I like to play on the slide when I go to the park.
I have a black cat and his name is Fluffy.
We are going to China with Grandma on Monday.

Level B – 1 sentence (question)
What would you like to eat for dinner?
Could you please help me look for my red ball?
When can I take the little puppy for a walk?
Would you like to play with Sam after school?
Where is my book about Mickey Mouse?

Level C – 2 sentences
Look at the pink pig. It is so happy in the mud.
I like Mr Brown’s car. It is long and black.
Dan put the book in his bag. He took it to school.
I saw Amanda run away. She is over there.
I can’t find Mum. I think I am lost.

Level D – 2 sentences (with questions)
Where is my bat? Will you help me look for it?
We like to skip and jump. Can I jump higher than Kim?
Was that a little mouse? I think it ran under the bed.
I saw Tom on the bus. Where is he going?
How fast can you ride your bike? I can go faster than Dad.


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© Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources

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