Continuing on our series on capitalization, more engaging practice activities can include having children play online learning games or do hands on activities to practice building their skills. One great game is Magical Capitals from Sheppard Software. On this game children have to click on the letters that should be capitalized. The animations help to make this game more engaging for children and it
Continuing with our series on capitalization, you can provide support at home for your child to learn and practice capitalization skills by using worksheets or workbook pages. While they provide rote instruction and repetition, this is actually a very good way for children to practice. Having your child to learn about the skill and then practice by answer questions provides opportunities to see a
In this post, parents will learn about the rules of capitalization and tips for helping their child practice at home.