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Revise Capital Letters in Sentences 1

In this worksheet, students revise the rules for capitalising words within sentences.

'Revise Capital Letters in Sentences 1' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Writing: Vocabulary, Grammar and Punctuation

Curriculum subtopic:   Punctuation Awareness

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

Sentences always begin with a capital letter, but some words need a capital letter even if they are in the middle of a sentence.

 

In Key Stage One you probably learnt to use capital letters for these words.

 

1) People's names

Mrs Jones

Sarah Smith

 

2) Place names (towns, countries, streets, schools, shops etc.)

London

France

Market Street

Woodlands Primary School

Marks and Spencer (little words like and don't usually have a capital letter)

 

3) Days of the week, months of the year and special dates

April

Tuesday

Easter

 

4) The names of books, films and TV programmes

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

The Hundred and One Dalmatians

Three of the words in the list need a capital letter even in the middle of a sentence. Tick the correct boxes.

January

Month

Thursday

Birthday

April

Tick the three words that always need a capital letter.

Tuesday

Holiday

Morning

Saturday

Wednesday

Tick the three words that always need a capital letter.

Today

September

July

Christmas

Calendar

This time, only two of the words always need a capital letter. Tick the correct boxes.

England

Country

Africa

City

Island

Tick the two words that always need a capital letter.

David

Brother

Emily

Family

Sister

Tick the two words that always need a capital letter.

Day

Saturday

Evening

Night

Sunday

This time, choose the correct way of writing the book title.

Harry Potter and the deathly hallows

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows

Choose the correct way of writing this book title.

The Tale Of Peter Rabbit

the Tale of Peter Rabbit

The Tale of Peter Rabbit

Write out this book title again, using capital letters in the correct places.

 

anne of green gables

Write out the title of this famous fairy tale again, using capital letters in the correct places.

 

snow white and the seven dwarfs

  • Question 1

Three of the words in the list need a capital letter even in the middle of a sentence. Tick the correct boxes.

CORRECT ANSWER
January
Thursday
April
  • Question 2

Tick the three words that always need a capital letter.

CORRECT ANSWER
Tuesday
Saturday
Wednesday
  • Question 3

Tick the three words that always need a capital letter.

CORRECT ANSWER
September
July
Christmas
  • Question 4

This time, only two of the words always need a capital letter. Tick the correct boxes.

CORRECT ANSWER
England
Africa
EDDIE SAYS
The word 'Island' would need a capital letter if it was part of the name of a place, such as Canvey Island. If we are just talking about an island, without naming it, then we don't need a capital letter.
  • Question 5

Tick the two words that always need a capital letter.

CORRECT ANSWER
David
Emily
  • Question 6

Tick the two words that always need a capital letter.

CORRECT ANSWER
Saturday
Sunday
  • Question 7

This time, choose the correct way of writing the book title.

CORRECT ANSWER
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
EDDIE SAYS
We don't usually use capital letters for little words like 'and' and 'the' unless they are the first word of the title.
  • Question 8

Choose the correct way of writing this book title.

CORRECT ANSWER
The Tale of Peter Rabbit
EDDIE SAYS
We use a capital letter for 'The' this time because it is the first word of the title.
  • Question 9

Write out this book title again, using capital letters in the correct places.

 

anne of green gables

CORRECT ANSWER
Anne of Green Gables
  • Question 10

Write out the title of this famous fairy tale again, using capital letters in the correct places.

 

snow white and the seven dwarfs

CORRECT ANSWER
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
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