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Capitalization Rules for Grades 3-5

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What are the most common pronouns? he, she, it, you, her, him, me, I, us, them, they What is a proper noun? a name used for an individual person, place, or organization, spelled with initial capital letters Do common nouns name specific persons, places, things, or ideas? No Always capitalize the first letter in the first word of a sentence? Yes Always capitalize the first letter in the first word in a quotation? Yes Always capitalize the first letter in the first word of a greeting or closing? Yes Always capitalize the first letter in the first and last name of a person? Yes Always capitalize the pronoun "I"? Yes Always capitalize the first letter in the names of: streets, roads, cities, and states? Yes Always capitalize the first letter in each part of the name of a specific building or monument: Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, Pensacola Chamber of Commerce . . .? Yes Always capitalize the titles of: video games, stories, movies, and TV shows Yes Always capitalize the days of the weeks? Yes Always capitalize the months of the year? Yes Always capitalize major holidays: Christmas, New Year's Day, Valentine, Easter, Mother's Day, Father's Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veteran's Day . . .?Thanksgiving, Fourth of July, Yes

Write the name of the four types of sentences and then create its matching sentence.. Example: Interrogative -What is your name?

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22 January 2021

newlenedean Author Country Flag United States of America

Overview of basic capitalization rules and four kinds of sentences

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