Common nouns, proper nouns, plural nouns, subject vs. predicate

Common nouns, proper nouns, plural nouns, subject vs. predicate
Created ByFelicia Cruz
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This is an activinspire flipchart with 36 slides about common nouns, plural nouns, and proper nouns.

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1. Slides where students can come up and sort nouns between people, places, things, and animals.

2. Slides about making nouns into plural nouns (and what it means). Students will learn different rules from "just add -s" to "add -es". I like to use dry erase boards with this. Students will see a noun on the board and will be able to white the plural form of the nouns on their individual whiteboard. Then the teacher reveals it.

3. Common vs. Proper nouns - Students will sort common vs. proper nouns. Students will have to correct the sentences to so all proper nouns have capital letters - I like to do this with dry erase sentence strips so the students practice writing complete sentences.

4. Subject vs. Predicate - students will bisect sentences between subject vs. predicate. I like to again, use this with individual whiteboards so students can write either the subject or the predicate on their board before it is revealed by the student or teacher.

My students LOVE learning about nouns and I truly believe it is because this flipchart is incredibly interactive! I use it all year long! I teach it in the beginning of the year and continue to review with it as the year continues and they learn more about nouns.

**This flipchart is also differentiated. I work with students with low level English abilities so I added many activities with pictures for my non-readers. They all know what nouns are!
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Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing.
Use collective nouns (e.g., group).
Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.
Produce complete sentences when appropriate to task and situation in order to provide requested detail or clarification.
Total Pages
36 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
Lifelong tool
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