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FREE Capitalization Sentence Challenges

Over the summer, the kids became very interested in writing mechanics. I have been waiting for this moment for a LONG time.

I could have gone ahead and taught writing mechanics sooner, but I wanted to be sure to follow the kids lead. 

If I didn't follow their lead, I knew there was a great chance it would be a miserable experience. I am super excited to have avoided that. I knew that they were learning some mechanics on their own because they're avid readers, so I didn't sweat the wait.

NOW we're FINALLY here! 

We've started our writing mechanics journey with capitalization.  Among the many ways we've learned and practiced capitalization over the last month, the kids' favorite has been sentence challenges.

So today, we share with you twenty FREE Capitalization Sentence Challenges!

FREE Montessori-inspired Capitalization Sentence Challenges

 FREE Montessori-inspired Capitalization Sentence Challenges

These Capitalization Sentence Challenges are a fabulous way to practice picking out all of the many situations where capital letters are required. 

They're also a great way to practice picking out all of the many scenarios where they're not required.

All sentence challenges include five capitalization errors.

There are no other corrections needed in these sentence challenges, to ensure the focus is only on capital letters.

How to Use the FREE Capitalization Sentence Challenges

These sentence challenges can be used in several different ways, depending on the needs of your students.

With each sentence challenge comes:
  • A sentence strip with all of the errors (problem card)
  • A sentence strip with all errors corrected and highlighted in red (control card)
  • A blank sentence strip meant for writing the sentence correctly (writing card)
If you have students who are just learning about scenarios where capitalized letters are required, you can have them rewrite sentences using the control cards and writing cards.

If you have students who aren't fans of writing or who struggle with writing, you can have them underline or circle letters that need to be capitalized within the sentence on the problem card.

If you have students who love to write or need to practice writing, and have learned the rules of capitalization, you can give them a problem card with a writing card, let them have at it, and then provide the control card for them to check their answers.

The FREE Montessori-inspired Capitalization Sentence Challenges are a Subscriber's Only Freebie. Be sure to follow the directions below for your free copy.

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6. Click on link and type in password. (The password is cap sensitive.)

7. Find the printable pack you are looking for listed in alphabetical order, click on it, and voila!

We hope you enjoy your free printable.

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