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Roy the Zebra: Capital Letters

Here are two sets of five games each to help your beginning readers review the use of capital letters.
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Here are two sets of five games each to help your beginning readers review the use of capital letters. The first set is for very beginning readers and works on using a capital letter to begin each sentence. The second set builds on that, but also reviews use of capital letters with proper nouns. Each set has an accompanying lesson plan that shows how to use these games with an interactive whiteboard. The games offer immediate feedback and after each correct choice, the student puts a piece in a puzzle or a tool in the tool shed.

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