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All About NOUNS: Essential Question, Anchor Chart, Writing

All About NOUNS: Essential Question, Anchor Chart, Writing
All About NOUNS: Essential Question, Anchor Chart, Writing
All About NOUNS: Essential Question, Anchor Chart, Writing
All About NOUNS: Essential Question, Anchor Chart, Writing
All About NOUNS: Essential Question, Anchor Chart, Writing
All About NOUNS: Essential Question, Anchor Chart, Writing
All About NOUNS: Essential Question, Anchor Chart, Writing
All About NOUNS: Essential Question, Anchor Chart, Writing
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"Each animal, person, thing, or place is a NOUN in every case."

This pack about NOUNS is great for any primary grade learning about nouns. The pack includes:
Essential Question
All materials needed to make an Anchor Chart
Four Square Writing Graphic Organizers (2)- with and without
labels for each of the 4 squares

Directions: For the Anchor Chart, cut out the letters "N-O-U-N-S" and glue on the top of a piece of large chart paper. Then cut out the individual word cards (text boxes) and glue onto the chart paper to create the rule:
"Each animal, person, thing, or place is a NOUN in every case."
I like to cut them out ahead of time, but have the students help me assemble the sentence. It creates a great mini-lesson on using clues (like beginning sounds, capital letters, period) to identify the word and determine where it fits in the sentence.

On the rest of the chart paper, make a large FOUR SQUARE with the word "NOUNS" in the middle. Put the yellow labels in each of the squares (animal, person, thing, place). There is an example in this pack if you need to see the "four square." In each of the squares, glue the pictures. For example, glue all of the "animals" in one square, all the "people" in another square, the "places" in another square, and the "things" in another. If done with the students, this is also a great SORTING/CLASSIFYING/CATEGORIZING activity as well!

When finished, have the students summarize their learning by completing the writing four square. Students can draw a person, animal, thing, or place in each box. Label or write a complete sentence, depending on students' ability.
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