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This week we have continued writing sentences from the passage Charlie and the chocolate factory with a big focus on capital letters, finger spaces and full stops.


Capital letters are a little bit tricky and we have been using our sound mat to help us but a fun matching game would really support us on our recall of capital letters. I wouldn't try all 26 letters unless you feel your child is quite secure but maybe focus on a few each time.

Possible ideas:

A hunt around the room/ garden to find the matching letters.

A game of pairs

Using magnetic letters

A matching game

Joining the letters

Chalking the letters on the ground and squirting the correct letter with a water gun.


The options are endless- no fancy resources needed- paper, pen, possibly chalk and a water gun.

I look forward to seeing the results on class dojo.


Once your child has enjoyed a game of 2- can they sound out a few words but use a capital letter at the beginning when they write it.