There are 3 columns for person, place. For all ages. Possible answers: Person-teacher, place-school, thing-pencil; person-librarian, place-library, thing-book; person-baseball player, place-ball field, thing-glove; person-surfer, place-beach, thing-surfboard; person actor/actress, place-movies/theater/stage, thing-script; person-brother, place-home, thing-sports; person-explorer, place-new lands, thing-sailboat/map; person-police officer, place- police station, thing-patrol car; person-soccer player, place-soccer field, thing-soccer ball, person-firefighter, place-fire station/fire, thing-axe/hose/dalmatian/truck. These nouns don't have to have a commonality.
This worksheet could also be used in a group challenge.
Literature link: Use this worksheet to highlight parts of stories, such as in Of Mice and Men, the person could be bindlestiff, the place a camp, and the thing a campfire. If you want to use Proper Nouns, name Lennie as the person, farm as the place, and lady's hair as the thing. There are all kinds of combinations that can used in literature. Have fun!
Common Core: 1k1 (?)