Primary Grammar: Capitalization 2

Primary Grammar worksheets focusing on capitalization. Designed for young learners, students will complete basic exercises on the concept. We always capitalize proper nouns (names of specific things) in English. There are many other rules when it comes to capitalization.

Students are required to proofread the short passage and rewrite it in the tense suggested. Proofreading is an essential skill to spot out mistakes!

Capitalization

Importance of Grammar

Each sentence is more than a pile of words that is jumbled up! The most important element of English language studies is grammar.

Grammar is the key to speaking English fluently and confidently when spoken correctly. Knowing the grammar concepts will help speakers avoid errors that can make their English sound strange to native speakers. Grammar shows diligence and an eye for detail.

Well spoken grammar doesn’t come naturally for second language speakers. For native speakers like myself, we have the benefits of learning the structures from a young age from listening. Learning grammar takes time and requires the student to practice it proactively to use it effectively. For young learners who are new to English, it is important that the teacher does the following;

  • Be patient with the student. It won’t come naturally
  • Explain the concept clearly and remind the student of how to use it effectively
  • Always use the concept in an example, full sentences are best
  • Be thorough with correction. Consistency is key

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Mr. Greg

An English teacher from Scotland who made a website to share resources for free with the whole world! Currently based in Hong Kong, teaching in an International Kindergarten and tutoring Primary students.

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