If your students need practice with capitalization of names for people and pets, this is the right product for you!
Use this Google and Seesaw activity to teach your students how to capitalize the first letter of names. A video gives them instructions and helps them practice. Then they will do the activity on Seesaw or Google.
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A VIDEO anchor chart is embedded in the first slide of the resource. It will play directly on the slide, students will not be directed to another site. The video explains capitalization of names, and then gives instructions for the activity.
Students move the capital letters to the names with interactive slides. Then, they will practice writing the names.
Audio is embedded on each slide. Emerging readers have the words read for them.
How do I use this product in Seesaw?
These activities are preloaded onto Seesaw. Add them to your account with one click. The first slide has the video, and then there are eighteen slides with movable elements and a writing activity for the students to use during a writing lesson, or at a writing station. You need a Seesaw account to use this product, but Seesaw is free. You can learn more about this program here.
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How do I use this product in Google Classroom?
Add this product to your Google Classroom. There are full instructions included. Movable elements and writing activities keep your students engaged as well.
Are there traditional resources?
Yes! All my digital products also have traditional resources. An anchor chart is ready for you to print and display. A worksheet is available to give to your students for extra practice on capital letters.
How do I use this product to teach beginning capitalization?
Use these activities either in your writing stations, or as a whole group. Perfect for both distance learning and a socially distant classroom. Students watch the video first, then complete the slides. This activity is intended for students to complete independently.