CAPITAL LETTERS


We use capital letters

at the start of a sentence

someone's name

a day of the week or month

holidays

abbreviations

something marked on the map like a town, a country, a river,

a road, a mountain, or a special building.

a shop

the brand name of something you buy

a title of a story, play, or poem

historical periods

names of languages

religions

the letter I on its own.

Correct the pupil's work below by writing it out in your books:

best and worst 10th september

i think that saturday is the worst day of the week. on saturday i

have to do the cleaning and cooking and i cannot go out with my

friend sally to broadmead. i think the best day is sunday because

i can lie in bed and eat a bar of cadbury's flake. i think

january is the worst month because i get a cold and i have to go

to doctor gordon. i think august is the best month because we go

to cornwall. a lot of people in our road, which is brompton road,

go as well. One year we went to oxford canal and on the river

thames in a boat and it was super. i hope we can go again next

year.

(You should have found almost thirty mistakes!)_

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