Capitalisation: First Words & 'I'— Let's Practise!

Do you want to learn faster and more easily?

Then why not use our learning videos, and practice for school with learning games.

Rating

Ø 5.0 / 1 ratings
The authors
Team Digital
1 comment
1 comment
1. good!!

From Junior, over 1 year ago

Capitalisation: First Words & 'I'— Let's Practise! exercise

Would you like to apply the knowledge you’ve learnt? You can review and practice it with the tasks for the video Capitalisation: First Words & 'I'— Let's Practise!.
• Help Goopaw identify the capital letters.

Hints

A capital letter is when you write a letter in its upper case or bigger form.

You use capital letters for the first letter of the sentence, and when you are talking about yourself.

We also use capital letters when writing people names, and days of the week.

Solution
• The cat ran fast.
• Can I play with you?
• I want a dog.
• Do you like cake?
• Which letter is it?

Hints

A capital letter is when you write a letter in its upper case or bigger form.

Here are examples of upper case or capital letters in words:

• I
• The

Solution
• Can I read a book?
• The bird flew high.
• Can we go to the shop?
• Let the dog play.
• Complete the sentences.

Hints

A capital letter is when you write a letter in its upper case or bigger form.

Here are examples of upper case or capital letters used in words:

• The girl ran fast.
• He is hungry.

Solution
• Am I late?
• I can run fast.
• Can I eat a snack?
• Upper case and lower case challenge.

Hints

A capital letter is when you write a letter in its upper case or bigger form.

Here are examples of capital letters:

• M
• K
Here are examples of lower case letters:
• i
• b

Solution

Lower case letters in upper case form or capitalised:

• X
• B
• M
• D
Upper case or capital letters in lower case form:
• g
• f
• a
• e

• Find the capital letters.

Hints

A capital letter is when you write a letter in its upper case or bigger form.

Here are examples of upper case or capital letters:

• I
• F

Solution

Capital letters:

• A
• R
• D
• E
• P
• G
• B

• More sentences.

Hints

Make sure to spell each word correctly as shown in the sentence above.

A capital letter is when you write a letter in its upper case or bigger form.

Here is an example of an incorrect sentence:

• i like snow.
Let's write that using the correct capital letters:

• I like snow.
Here is an example of a correct sentence:

• He is cold.
Let's write that the same way to practice using our capital letters:

• He is cold.

Make sure that when you are re-writing the sentence you include the punctuation, as well.

Solution
• Can I go to the park?
• I picked a flower.
• He is nice.
• You are happy.