If just a spoonful of sugar helps the Common Core go down, then these art projects and student sheets are going to sweeten up your nouns lessons!
This is pack #2 of the “ Nouns for all Seasons” series. In “Winter Nouns” (pack #2) you get a darling art project, a student work page, and bulletin board titles and clip art for the months of December, January, and February. Here is what you and your students will enjoy.
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Table of Contents:
Page 1 Winter Nouns Cover Page
Page 2 Winter Nouns Board Display – This can be displayed on all three boards if you choose.
Page 3-4 “Nouns are Sweet Treats” Bulletin board title (full color)
Page 5 Common Core connections chart (full color)
Page 6-7 Candy Cane art black line masters. Students will write winter nouns on the white parts of the candy canes.
Page 8 Student work black line master: Students brainstorm winter nouns with their teacher. Then, students look at a picture and “bubble in” if the picture is a person, place or thing. Pictures are of a winter home, fir tree, snowman, winter boy, and a school house. (Thumbnail 2)
Page 9-13 “It Takes More Than One Snowflake to Make a Snowman” bulletin board title (full color)
Page 14 Full page snowman for bulletin board (full color)
Page 15 Common Core Connection chart for bulletin board. (full color)
Page 16 Snowflake art black line master: Making words mean more than one by adding s
Page 17 Looking at a plural word with picture and deciding if the s at the end makes a /s/ sound or a /z/ sound. Then students write the plural word. (Thumbnail 3)
Page 18-19 “Our Presidential Nouns” Bulletin board title (full color)
Page 20 Common Core Connection Chart for bulletin board (full color)
Page 21 Full page George Washington for bulletin board (full color)
Page 22-24 Cherry Art: Student will write the common and proper nouns from the fluency passage on each cherry.
Page 25 Student work page black line master. This is a fluency passage about George Washington and the legend of the cherry tree. Students will read this fluency passage (with or without help). Then, they circle the nouns. Nouns are written on the cherry art.
Page 26 Credits and Thanks
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Common Core Winter Nouns
by Katie Knight
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