Capitalization and Punctuation Worksheets

Here are six capitalization and punctuation worksheets you can print out now and use in your classroom.

Use Capitals at the Start of all sentences and Full Stops at the End of all Sentences Worksheet

Use Capitals at the Start of all sentences and full stops at the end of all sentences.

Put the missing capitals and full stops in all of these sentences.

a) the king was puzzled

b) the frog was slimy

c)she could not sleep

d) the old woman was sad

e) the princess danced

f) the frog hopped

g) she ate her dinner

h) the dog is friendly

i) the boy listened

j) the prince took Cinderella to the palace

k) she met the king and queen

l) cinderella and the Prince were married the next day

Put the missing capitals and full stops in these paragraphs.

the Prince took Cinderella to the palace she met the king and queen cinderella and the Prince were married the next day

once upon a time there lived a miller he was very foolish he was always boasting once he boasted that his daughter could spin straw into gold the king heard this amazing news and wanted to watch the girl do this

the shoemaker worked very hard he started work when the sun rose he finished work long after the sun set the shoes that he made were very beautiful

Capitals Are Always Used at the Start of the Name of Days and Months Worksheet

Capitals Are Always Used at the Start of the Name of Days and Months.

1. Shade the rectangles that don't contain the name of days or months.

February Saturday hands shirt March hat Sandra Sunday April June party balloons Fred Wednesday May arm bubbles Sandra beach Thursday

2.Put capitals on the words that need them.

wednesday sharks october guitar wagon dogs june kangaroo piano soccer november rabbit january february wednesday flute july saturday horse may thursday september sunday bear april cats violin freezing friday football monday friday boiling march april tuesday cold monday possum august

3.Write a sentence that includes 2 days of the week. 4.Write a sentence that includes 2 months of the year. 5.Write a sentence that includes 1 day of the week and one month of the year.

      

Capitals Are Always Used at the Start of the Name of Days and Months Worksheet

Capitals Are Always Used at the Start of the Name of Days and Months.

1. Shade the rectangles that don't contain the name of days or months.

Tuesday orange July February Friday bananas Thursday lemon September March May Monday April watermelon Patrick Saturday November Jane custard August

2.Put capitals on the words that need them. september tuesday august friday mint carrot brick parsley monday gold april wednesday september metal saturday potato straw november paper copper may thursday pumpkin sunday cotton july glass beans spinich thursday tomato plastic december january sunday peas march april broccoli wool

3.Write a sentence that includes 2 days of the week.

4.Write a sentence that includes 2 months of the year.

5.Write a sentence that includes 1 day of the week and one month of the year.

         

Use Capitals at the Start of the Names of People and Places Worksheet

Use Capitals at the Start of the names of people and places.

1.Circle the names of people and places you find below.

Amy London France Benjamin jumper Christopher artichoke Tuesday Annie red Melissa blue Antarctica Monday Africa Earth ham vegetable David March

2.Put capitals on the words that need them.

amy fish laugh forest owen dorothy sydney kick france onions america paris ken tokyo hair africa peanut jump table moscow george little john rome carrot green london monica monster cairo hannah lobster ireland natalie scotland ham leanne ice nails sour

3.Write three names of people that you know.

4.Write the names of three places that you have been to.

5.Use your name in a sentence.



Use Capitals at the Start of the Names of People and Places Worksheet

Use Capitals at the Start of the names of people and places.

1.Circle the names of people and places you find below.

Korea David happy William king Margaret Tuesday Alaska Mongolia Elizabeth March Jake swim Simon Tibet Leanne China Janet mouse Kate

2.Put capitals on the words that need them. tina cat marshmallow habit orange tiny indonesia marcus hair mississippi margaret purple fred harold texas matchbox igloo fish frank milk andrew bali factory friendship arizona apricot sadness brown scissors eggs orange peanut yugoslavia simon madagscar key peter yellow istanbul tracey

3.Write three names of people you know.

4.Write the names of three places that you would like to visit.

5.Use your friend's name in a sentence.

       

Use Capitals at the Start of all sentences and Full Stops at the End of all Sentences Worksheet

Use Capitals at the Start of all sentences and full stops at the end of all sentences.

Put the missing capitals and full stops in all of these sentences.

a) we are hungry b) bob can jump very high c) he went to the beach d) we sent a birthday present e) she would like to sew a dress f) we are going for a walk g) he drove an old car h) we can come tomorrow i) he likes giraffes j) she would rather go today k) she is very tall l) he will buy some chocolate

Put the missing capitals and full stops in these paragraphs.

every day the dog waits for the postman he greets him with a wagging tail the postman always stops to say hello and pet the dog

We are driving into town I broke my glasses at school yesterday we are going to get them repaired I would prefer to get new ones I have had my glasses for 2 years and I don't think they suit me anymore my glasses have pink frames but I would really like silver ones

The little brown bear is looking for his mother she was up on the hill when he chased the butterfly now she is gone maybe she went down to the creek for a drink

                  

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