Full Stops and Capital Letters: SEN Resource
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Set 1 Worksheets

This resource contains a set of 14 differentiated worksheets on using full stops to demarcate sentences.

Tasks include

- Placing full stops at the end of simple sentences
- Placing full stops in writing containing several sentences
- Placing full stops in short paragraphs
- Composing own sentences
- Correcting sentences in which the full stops have been incorrectly placed

Correction key included.

Set 2 Worksheets

A Set of 15 Worksheets

Task 1 - Pupils rewrite a short paragraph (about 100 words) placing full stops and capital letters in the correct places. The content is designed to be engaging and about characters who the pupils ought to be able to identify with.

Task 2- Pupils complete a short comprehension about the paragraph answering in full sentences with a capital letter at the beginning and full stop at the end.

Task 3 - Involves pupils writing a short paragraph about a character.

A 40 Slide PowerPoint Lesson

This resource contains a colourful, highly interactive and engaging 40 slide PowerPoint lesson presented by the punctuation character - the 'Full Stop' explaining how and when to use the full stop and why it is important to place it accurately in writing. It also clearly demonstrates that a capital letter is needed at the start of a sentence. Ample opportunities are provided throughout the PowerPoint for pupils to decide where the full stops and capital letters should go.

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These resources are appropriate for older SEN / ESL / Entry Level students who find sentence demarcation challenging.

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