First-grade - Ela concepts

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  • Fix the Sentences: Dog Days

    Kids rewrite incorrect sentences to gain practice with sentence structure, capitalization, and punctuation on this first grade reading and writing worksheet.

  • Fix the Sentences: Kitty Cat

    Kids rewrite incorrect sentences to gain practice with sentence structure, capitalization, and punctuation on this first grade reading and writing worksheet.

  • Practice Capitalization

    Give your child practice with his sentence building skills with this printable worksheet that's all about capital letters.

  • Practice Test: Writing Mechanics

    Challenge your first grader's command of grammar rules with this printable quiz that asks him to select the sentence that's written incorrectly.

  • Fix the Letter: Commas and Capitalization

    Can your first grader help Lisa proofread her letter by fixing the commas and correcting the capitalization?

  • January 2018 Calendar: Days and Dates

    Start 2018 off right! Introduce students to the concept of calendars and offer some useful hands-on practice in identifying and writing dates.

  • Get into Grammar: Capitalization

    Although it may seem trivial, remembering to write the proper letter--whether lower or uppercase--is one of the most important writing skills for first grade.

  • Sentence Superstar!

    Flex your first grader's writing skills with this wacky worksheet, which contains sentences that need a capital letter and period to make them complete.

  • Start with a Capital

    Help your first grader learn that sentences always start with a capital letter.

  • Snowflakes of Friendship

    Each snowflake is individually special — just like friends and family! Help your child practice writing the names of his loved ones with this activity.

  • Practicing Capitals

    These sentences are capitalized all wrong! This worksheet will ask your child to rewrite the sentences correctly.

  • Capitalization Practice: Kimiko

    First graders can gain capitalization practice by fixing the short paragraph. Simply change the appropriate letters to capitals then re-write the paragraph!

  • Get into Grammar: Capitalizing Proper Nouns

    Help your child wrap his head around capitalization and proper nouns with this worksheet that asks him to rewrite each sentence with the correct capitalization.

  • Correct the Capitals: Ken

    Can your first grader correct the capitals in Ken's paragraph? This worksheet helps him edit and practice handwriting.

  • Writing Book Titles

    In this worksheet, your child will work with book titles to learn proper capitalization, grammar, and punctuation.

  • Capitalization Practice: Space Age

    Bust out the red pen and encourage your first grader to fix the capitalization issues, and then re-write the space-themed passage.

  • Polish the Personal Narrative

    I spy a typo! Students will get to put on their copy editing hats in this fun worksheet. By looking closely at the sample narratives, students check for correct ending punctuation and capitalization.

  • Check it!

    Get ready to edit! Use this worksheet to help students edit for capitalization, focusing on lowercase letters and dates.

  • Capital Letters

    Practice identifying capital letters and learning the rules of capitalization by circling them in a letter.

  • When Did It Happen?

    It's time to learn about dates! Students get a chance to practice writing complete sentences with correct capitalization using the days of the week and months of the year.

  • When to Capitalize

    Confused about when to capitalize? This handy reference worksheet goes over common capitalization rules that kids encounter frequently.

  • Learning Capitalization: Book Through It!

    This worksheet gives your child practice putting capital letters in the right place.

  • Fix the Glitch: Capitalization

    Sniff out the grammar glitches in each sentence on this worksheet and correct them by rewriting them properly.

  • Personal Narratives: Editing Checklist

    Help young writers get their personal narratives in top form with this editing checklist! Students will make sure that their narratives have correct ending punctuation and capitalization with this handy worksheet.