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Grammar Worksheets Noun Types and Capitalization Lesson – This is an animated PowerPoint slideshow to help teach you or your students how to distinguish noun types, common and proper nouns, and capitalization rules. Noun Types and Capitalization Lesson PowerPoint Common and Proper Nouns and Capitalization Worksheet – In this worksheet students determine which items should be capitalized in sentence with all lowercase letters, and then they explain why these items should be capitalized. Also, the practice converting common nouns to proper nouns. Common and Proper Nouns and Capitalization Worksheet RTF Common and Proper Nouns and Capitalization Worksheet PDF Preview Common and Proper Nouns and Capitalization Worksheet in Your Browser View Answers

Capitalization Practice Worksheet: Circle the capitalization errors and add end marks to the sentences. Rewrite the following sentences, correct capitalization errors and add end marks. Capitalization Practice Worksheet RTF Capitalization Practice Worksheet PDF Preview Capitalization Practice Worksheet in Your Browser View Answers Contractions Worksheet – Students locate the words to join and then form the appropriate contraction. Contractions Worksheet RTF Contractions Worksheet PDF Preview Contractions Worksheet in Your Browser View Answers Contractions Worksheet 2 – Students comb through twenty sentences looking for words that could be contracted. Also, students practicing using contractions in complete sentences. Contractions Worksheet 2 RTF Contractions Worksheet 2 PDF Preview Contractions Worksheet 2 in Your Browser View Answers Homonyms and Homographs Worksheet 1 – In this activity, students will consider words with dual meanings. They will practice using homonyms and homographs in original sentences. Homonyms and Homographs Worksheet 1 RTF Homonyms and Homographs Worksheet 1 PDF Preview Homonyms and Homographs Worksheet 1 in Your Browser View Answers Homonyms and Homographs Worksheet 2 – More practice identifying and using homonyms and homophones. This is a great review activity. Homonyms and Homographs Worksheet 2 RTF Homonyms and Homographs Worksheet 2 PDF Preview Homonyms and Homographs Worksheet 2 in Your Browser View Answers Homophone Comic Strip: Create a comic strip where you correctly use ten homophones. Underline the homophones. Homophone Comic Strip RTF Homophone Comic Strip PDF Preview Homophone Comic Strip in Your Web Browser Homophone Worksheet: Students write down the definitions of commonly confused homophones. Homophone Worksheet RTF Homophone Worksheet PDF Preview Homophone Worksheet in Your Browser Make a Homophone Worksheet Project – Your turn! Create a nice looking work sheet with ten problems testing homonym knowledge. Students should receive a master list of easy homophones to assist them. Make a Homophone Worksheet Project RTF Make a Homophone Worksheet Project PDF Preview Make a Homophone Worksheet Project in You Web Browser Subjects and Predicates – Determine whether the sentence is missing a subject or predicate. Fill in the missing subject or predicate. Draw lines separating the subject and the predicate. Subjects and Predicates RTF Subjects and Predicates PDF Preview Subjects and Predicates in your Browser Subjects, Predicates, and Objects – Underline the subject, circle the predicates, and double underline the objects. You may want to download the RTF file and CTRL + F find and replace your name with mine if you intend on using this worksheet. Subjects, Predicates, and Objects RTF Subjects, Predicates, and Objects PDF Preview Subjects, Predicates, and Objects in your Browser Compound Subjects and Predicates – Underline the subjects, circle the predicates, determine whether the sentence has a compound subject, compound predicate or both. Compound Subjects and Predicates RTF Compound Subjects and Predicates PDF Preview Compound Subjects and Predicates in your Browser Was and Were Worksheet – Students circle whether “was” or “were” should be used in a variety of sentences and then circle why the form they chose was correct. Was and Were Worksheet RTF Was and Were Worksheet PDF Preview Was and Were Worksheet in Your Browser View Answers Clauses and Phrases Worksheets – Features the exciting theme of leprechauns. Circle the predicates, underline the subject, double underline the phrases. Clauses and Phrases Worksheet RTF Clauses and Phrases Worksheet PDF Preview Clauses and Phrases Worksheet in your Browser Looking For More Language Arts Worksheets? Parts of Speech Worksheets Punctuation Worksheets All Reading Worksheets

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