Read the sentence aloud to each group as required.
Groups must add the missing punctuation to their sentence. Students should recognise how capital letters are used for names, and that capital letters and full stops signal the beginning and end of sentences.
Some people you might want to consider include fellow Pre-K teachers, parents, therapists, administrators, and kindergarten teachers.
Punctuation: Is there a capital letter and a full stop? Try to select text that includes a name. Example: the cat ran away.
Encourage students to check their own sentences for correct simple punctuation. Identify the different learning experiences of all children in your class 2. Teach students the following simple punctuation features: Beginning a sentence — The first letter in a new sentence is always a capital letter.
Traditional paper and pencil forms of assessment are not appropriate for Pre-K children. Pre-K teachers, therapists and parents can use these assessments.
Ending a sentence — The end of a sentence is punctuated with a full stop. This sentence is missing a full stop; I cannot see where this sentence starts; This word is a name so it needs a capital letter.