The following is a noun sorting activity. It contains 3 panels. There is a panel for people, a panel for places, and a panel for things. The students are asked to read the sentences provide. Each has an underlined word. They have to determine what type of noun is underlined.
This simple activity will help your students to determine which type of noun is being described: person, place, or thing.
I recommend printing the panels off on cardstock and laminating them. This way you can use them over and over again. Next, you can either make copies of the sentences and distribute them to each of your students or you can laminate the sentences and cut them out yourself. You can then place them in a plastic bag and have your students sort them.
Ages: 6-8 years
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