Capital Letter Homework Pages

Capitalization Worksheets

Capital letters play an important role in reading and writing. They are used to start a sentence, to signal a proper noun, and to show the title of a work. Proper use of capitalization is vital for students as they learn formal writing. Below are worksheets that are free for you to use to help your student at home or in the classroom. To view the description or to download the printable PDF, click on the worksheet title.

Capitalize It! First Letter of a Sentence

This worksheet focuses on capitalizing the first word of a sentence.

Grade Levels:
Grades K-12, Kindergarten & 1st Grade
CCSS Code(s):
L.K.2.A

Dates and Capital Letters

Months and days are the focus of this capitalization worksheet.

Grade Levels:
Grades K-12, Kindergarten & 1st Grade
CCSS Code(s):
L.1.2.A

Periods and Capitalization

Here’s a beginning punctuation worksheet for your little grammarian!

Grade Levels:
Grades K-12, Kindergarten & 1st Grade
CCSS Code(s):
L.1.2

Proper Names and Capital Letters: People and Places

Here’s a beginning worksheet for your youngster on capitalizing names and places!

Grade Levels:
2nd and 3rd Grade, Grades K-12, Kindergarten & 1st Grade
CCSS Code(s):
L.1.2.A, L.2.2.A

Capital Letters in Titles

In this worksheet your student will work on capitalizing the important words in a title.

Grade Levels:
2nd and 3rd Grade, Grades K-12
CCSS Code(s):
L.3.2.A

Capital Letters: Geographical Places

This worksheet features capital letters and geographical places.

Grade Levels:
2nd and 3rd Grade, Grades K-12
CCSS Code(s):
L.2.2.A

Capital Letters: Holidays and Products

Now it’s time to works on capitalizing holidays and product names!

Grade Levels:
2nd and 3rd Grade, Grades K-12
CCSS Code(s):
L.2.2.A

Properly Capitalized Nouns

Can you correct the capitalization errors on this printable nouns worksheet? Some of them are tricky! Start practicing with our printable noun capitalization activity. This capitalization worksheet is ideal for 3rd – 6th grade students who are working to improve their reading and writing skills, but can be used where appropriate.

Grade Levels:
2nd and 3rd Grade, 4th and 5th Grade, 6th - 8th Grade, Grades K-12
CCSS Code(s):
L.3.2.A, L.4.2.A

Capitalization

Your student will have a capital time with this capitalization worksheet!

Grade Levels:
4th and 5th Grade, Grades K-12
CCSS Code(s):
L.4.2

Grade 1 capitalization worksheets will cover the rules for capitalizing names of people and places, the first word of a sentence, the pronoun “I”, the days and months of the year, and titles of movies, books, and television shows.

Grade 1 Capitalization Worksheets

Following are two grade 1 capitalization worksheets that will give the students practice in capitalization. The students will recognize words that need a capital and rewrite sentences using proper capitalization.  

Worksheet #1

Capital letters are needed for the names of people and places. Sentences always start with a capital letter.

EXAMPLE: Tony took Mary to New York.

A: INSTRUCTIONS: Circle the word that needs a capital letter. Hint: there are 15.

  1. did you know that george visited the grand canyon?
  2. she rode on a boat on the mississippi river.
  3. do you like going to disneyland?
  4. he is from miami, florida.
  5. molly loves the washington zoo.

B: INSTRUCTIONS: Write the sentences with the correct capitalization. Hint: There are 15.

  1. i want to visit canada.
  2. she loves burger king.
  3. the children’s museum is fun.
  4. do you enjoy city park?
  5. you and steve both like harry potter.

Answers

Answers to A:

  1. Did you know that George visited the Grand Canyon?
  2. She rode on a boat on the Mississippi River.
  3. Do you like going to Disneyland?
  4. He is from Miami, Florida.
  5. Molly loves the Washington Zoo.

Answers to B

  1. I want to visit Canada.
  2. She loves Burger King.
  3. The Children’s Museum is fun.
  4. Do you enjoy City Park?
  5. You and Steve both like Harry Potter.

The next of the grade 1 capitalization worksheets cover the rules of capitalization for the pronoun “I”, days and months of the year, and titles of books, movies, and television shows. It will also review the rules for the names of people and places, as well as for the beginning of a sentence.  

Worksheet #2

Whenever you refer to yourself, you use the letter “I” and it is always capitalized.  Days and months are always capitalized. Titles of movies, books, and television shows are also capitalized. Usually, you do not capitalize small words in titles, like a, an, and, or the. 

EXAMPLE: On Tuesday, I saw Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

A. INSTRUCTIONS: Put an X next to the sentence that does not have the correct capitalization.

  1. _____ Last week, i watched Spongebob.
  2. _____ Do you like Where the Wild Things Are?
  3. _____ Every friday, we get pizza.
  4. _____ my favorite month is july.
  5. _____ Susan loves to swim on saturday.
  6. _____ She and I went to see Avatar.
  7. _____ School starts in August.
  8. _____ henry hates watching sesame Street.
  9. _____ Ice cream is my favorite Food.
  10. _____ How is the Weather outside?

B. INSTRUCTIONS: In the following paragraph, circle the words that should be capitalized. There are 25.  

there are so many things i love to do. i love going to the movie theater called hollywood cinema. my friend sam went with me last sunday. we watched toy story. then i took him to kentucky fried chicken. in december, i love to ice skate at glacier park. mostly, i like to play mario brothers.   

Answers

A.

  1. __X__ Last week, i watched Spongebob.
  2. _____ Do you like Where the Wild Things Are?
  3. __X__ Every friday, we get pizza.
  4. __X__ my favorite month is july.
  5. __X__ Susan loves to swim on saturday.
  6. _____ She and I went to see Avatar.
  7. _____ School starts in August.
  8. __X__ henry hates watching sesame Street.
  9. __X__ Ice cream is my favorite Food.
  10. __X__ How is the Weather outside?

B.

There are so many things I love to do. I love going to the movie theater called Hollywood Cinema. My friend Sam went with me last Sunday. We watched Toy Story. Then I took him to Kentucky Fried Chicken. In December, I love to ice skate at Glacier Park. Mostly, I like to play Mario Brothers.

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Grade 1 Capitalization Worksheets

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Grade 1 capitalization worksheets will cover the rules for capitalizing names of people and places, the first word of a sentence, the pronoun “I”, the days and months of the year, and titles of movies, books, and television shows.

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