Possessive, Plural, and Abstract Nouns Lessons and Activities

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Have an adventure with all types of nouns by exploring the world on an imaginary trip with your students.  Students will make suitcases and passports to start their adventure with nouns.  Then, they hop on an imaginary flight around the world where they fill in their noun passports as they travel and learn about concrete nouns, abstract nouns, common nouns, proper nouns, singular nouns, plural nouns, and possessive nouns.  We love teaching our third graders all about nouns with these engaging lessons and they were begging to go on another trip with nouns.  These lesson cover many days of fun with nouns. You can choose the pacing and all materials are included for ease of use!!!

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To Use With All Nouns Lessons:

1.) (MEDIA FILES) PowerPoint and PDF file with links to all media used in these lessons

2.) Suitcase and Travel Log Pieces (The Travel Log includes all worksheets and center sheets for the activities found through the unit). Once you print it, the students are set for the adventure!

3.) Airline Ticket to start your trip.

Common, Proper, Abstract, Concrete Nouns:
1.) Detailed Lessons that explain all activity sheet, resources, and how to use them.

2.) Common & Proper Nouns Anchor Chart Pieces

3.) Abstract and Concrete Nouns Anchor Chart Pieces

4.) Student notebook page to match lesson

5.) Student abstract concrete word sort page

6.) Abstract and Concrete Noun Quiz

7.) See Passport for activity sheets that go with all lessons 

8.)  See media file for all media used in these lessons

Singular and Plural Nouns:

1.) Detailed Singular/ Plural Lessons that explain all activity sheet,
resources, and how to use them.

2.) Nouns rules posters

3.) Nouns rules notebook posters for student notebooks. 
(Our students love to refer to these when they write). 

4.)  Plural Safari Animals Hunt Card to hang around room for
center—center recording sheet is inside your passports. 

5.) Singular and Plural Nouns Quiz

6.) See passport for activity sheets that go with lessons

7.) See media file for all media used in these lessons

Possessive Nouns

1.) Possessive Anchor Chart Pieces

2.) Student Notebook Page for Possessive Nouns

3.)  Children of the World Cut-outs which will be glued into
the passports

4.) Detailed Possessive Nouns Lesson

5.) Review PowerPoint with recording sheet 

6.) Many of the lessons for Posseive Nouns Use the Book Children Around the World which can be purchased on Amazon.Links to the online book are found in Media Presentation section.

7.) Quiz

8.) See passport for activity sheets that go with these lessons

Learning Objective:
The student will be able to :

1.) define a noun as a person, place, thing or idea

2.) define and identify concrete and abstract nouns

3.) Define singular and plural nouns

4.) Demonstrate correct usage and spelling of regular and irregular plural nouns.

5.) Define and identify singular possessive nouns

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.
Form and use possessives.
Use abstract nouns (e.g., childhood).
Form and use regular and irregular plural nouns.
Explain the function of nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs in general and their functions in particular sentences.


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