Check out this FUN Flip and Clip task card center to practice understanding and identifying Nouns as either common or proper as they improve their language vocabulary skills!
This is great center is a perfect addition to your daily 5/literacy centers and is a fun way to allow students to practice reading and sorting words while being able to quickly check their work.
The task cards feature real life photographs as well as clip art to enhance the learning experience for your kiddos!
These Clip and Flip center task cards are a great way to differentiate centers. They can be used as centers, small group or partner table work. With this special Clip and Flip center, students will have 2 versions to help them learn the difference between common and proper nouns.
The are 2 versions of the task cards are included in this awesome center so you can actually create 2 centers for 1 low price!! 1 version shows students a photo and the noun is written with and without a capital letter. With this version they will clip to show which is correct. The 2nd version shows students a photo and allows them to write the noun as a common or proper noun and then they will clip to show if it is a common or proper noun!
The follow up worksheets are fantastic ways to reinforce the learning and can be used as homework, assessments, morning work or in small groups.
Teacher tip – To make this center self checking I like to use a sharpie to make a small dot on the back of the card to mark the correct answer but color coded stickers work well too or, after laminating, dry erase markers or colored paperclips can be used instead of clothespins.
★ Nouns, Common Nouns, and Proper Nouns Posters
★ 24 Common and Proper Noun clip and flip task cards
★ 24 Differentiated Common and Proper Noun clip and flip task cards
★ 6 Common and Proper Noun worksheets
★ Teacher tips page with photographs of the product in action.
Common Core State Standards covered:
English Language Arts Standards » Language
Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.
Use common, proper, and possessive nouns.