Today you will revisit capital letters with your child. Explain to them the alphabet is made up of both upper and lower case letters. We call upper case letters capital letters. We start writing our name with a capital letter and most importantly we always begin a sentence with a capital letter.
Ask your child to read and write the following words.
high sigh light coat load goat
Recap the rules for writing a sentence with you child:
Ask your child to read and write the following sentences.
It was a long night.
Then she put the loaf in the pan.
Cut out the words and ask your child to place them in the the correct order to build a sentence.
I got it right.
We will cross the road.
Ask your child to read the sentence.
You can hear a goat.
Ask your child to substitute some words. Does it make sense?
Ask your child to write the new sentences.
toad song see coin