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Year 1 Consolidating Capital Letters Homework

Step 6: Year 1 Consolidating Capital Letters Homework Extension Year 1 Spring Block 3

Year 1 Consolidating Capital Letters Homework Extension provides additional questions which can be used as homework or an in-class extension for the Year 1 Consolidating Capital Letters Resource Pack. These are differentiated for Developing, Expected and Greater Depth.

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What's included in the pack?

This pack includes:

  • Year 1 Consolidating Capital Letters Homework Extension with answers for Year 1 Spring Block 3.

National Curriculum Objectives

English Year 1: (1G5.1) Using a capital letter for names of people, places, the days of the week, and the personal pronoun ‘I’

Mathematics Year 1: (1M4c) Recognise and use language relating to dates, including days of the week, weeks, months and years

English Year 1: (1G5.1) Introduction to capital letters to demarcate sentences

English Year 1: (1G5.1) Beginning to punctuate sentences using a capital letter

English Year 1: (1G5.2) Beginning to punctuate sentences using a full stop

English Year 1: (1G5.2) Introduction to full stops to demarcate sentences

Differentiation:

Questions 1, 4 and 7 (Varied Fluency)
Developing Sort words into a table according to whether they need a capital letter or not. Questions involve the ten easiest to form capital letters: A,B,E,H,I,L,O,X,P and T.
Expected Sort words into a table according to whether they need a capital letter or not. Questions involve the sixteen easiest to form capital letters: A,B,E,H,I,L,O,P,T,X,C,D,F,M,S and W.
Greater Depth Sort words into a table according to whether they need a capital letter or not. Questions involve all the letters of the alphabet, including the ten hardest to form capital letters: G,J,K,N,Q,R,U,V,Y and Z.

Questions 2, 5 and 8 (Varied Fluency)
Developing Identify the number of capital letters needed in sentences. Questions involve the ten easiest to form capital letters: A,B,E,H,I,L,O,X,P and T.
Expected Identify the number of capital letters needed in sentences. Questions involve the sixteen easiest to form capital letters: A,B,E,H,I,L,O,P,T,X,C,D,F,M,S and W.
Greater Depth Identify the number of capital letters needed in sentences. Questions involve all the letters of the alphabet, including the ten hardest to form capital letters: G,J,K,N,Q,R,U,V,Y and Z.

Questions 3, 6 and 9 (Application and Reasoning)
Developing Explain if a statement linking to the capital letters in a sentence is correct. Questions involve the ten easiest to form capital letters: A,B,E,H,I,L,O,X,P and T.
Expected Explain if a statement linking to the capital letters in a sentence is correct. Questions involve the sixteen easiest to form capital letters: A,B,E,H,I,L,O,P,T,X,C,D,F,M,S and W.
Greater Depth Explain if a statement linking to the capital letters in a sentence is correct. Questions involve all the letters of the alphabet, including the ten hardest to form capital letters: G,J,K,N,Q,R,U,V,Y and Z.

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