Naming Upper and Lower Case Letters Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: RF.K.1.D

Core Standard

Students will often have a problem when they are first presented with the difference in case of letters. The real reason is because many letters look similarly. Take for instance "I" (the Capital Letter as in the name Irene) and the lower case letter "l" (as in the name Larry). It is easy to see how new learners could be tripped up a bit with these. Students often have much more success with recognizing lower case letters, so that is always a good place to begin for teachers. The use of upper case letters in the form of capitalization helps make our written language much more clear to readers. This encourages us to have students understand the differences between the uses of letters at an early age.









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