Capital Letters and Small Letters

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Grade Level
Reading & Writing
Length of Time
30 to 45 minutes

For this lesson, students will write the small letter that goes with the capital letter.


Students will learn:
To recognize capital and small letters
To write the small letter that goes with the capital letter
To write the letters correctly

Materials Needed

Worksheet for each student
Pencils and Erasers


First, you will copy the worksheet so that each student can have one.

Then, you can write the following examples on the board to illustrate what the students are to do on the worksheet.

A = a

D = d

After that, you can give the students the worksheet and have them work independently so you can see what they know and don't know.

Worksheet - Learning Capital Letters and Small Letters

Part One - Writing Small Letters

Directions: Write the Small Letter in the blank beside the Capital Letter.

1. G_____

2. D_____

3. F_____

4. B_____

5. C_____

6. A_____

7. E_____

8. H_____

9. K_____

10. L_____

11. N_____

12. T_____

13. P_____

14. R_____

15. J_____

16. M_____

17. O_____

18. X_____

19. Z_____

20. Y_____

21. W_____

22. U_____

23. V_____

24. Q_____

25. I_____

26. S_____

Part Two: Writing the Alphabet

Directions: Write the alphabet in order in the space below.


You can grade the students on the total number correct out of the total number possible. You can also grade them on writing the letters correctly.

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