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Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Nouns Activities for Kids

Nouns are an important part of speech. How do you help your students learn this part of speech?  There are many videos, songs, games, worksheets and task cards to help reinforce and practice these skills.


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 free download nouns task cards teacherspayteachers


Here are six grammar tasks cards for students to read each sentence and identify the noun(s). These literacy activities are a great alternative to worksheets. Students may play SCOOT, have a scavenger hunt or play other task card games. A student response form and answer key are also provided.

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In this nouns packet, you will receive a printable crossword puzzle based on a Dolch word list, 30 short sentence clues, a word bank, and an answer key. The word bank is provided on a separate page for easy differentiation for students with special needs. Your students will find the noun in the sentence clue and input that noun into the crossword puzzle.

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In this fun packet, you will receive 30 task cards to use as a parts of speech review, test prep or as extra practice for ESL, special education and autism. Game ideas are included for small groups and large groups, such as a scavenger hunt and SCOOT.

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These Valentine's Day task cards are a great alternative to worksheets! There are so many activities and games for task cards, including, literacy centers, group work, board games, SCOOT, SCATTER, or a Valentine's Day scavenger hunt!

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 free pronouns games and activities


These ten grammar task cards work well with your parts of speech unit in your literacy centers or stations. You may use them as a review, test prep or quick formative assessment. You will also receive a cut and paste worksheet to use as a quiz or homework. Game ideas and answer keys are provided.

Common Core Pronouns:
CCSS.ELA-Literacy.L.1.1d Use personal, possessive, and indefinite pronouns (e.g., I, me, my; they, them, their, anyone, everything).

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Practice learning nouns and verbs in a fun and yummy way! Help the monkey collect 10 scoops of ice cream before the monster! To collect scoops of ice cream you must correctly identify the nouns and/or verbs in the sentences. There is a fun bonus activity if you collect 10 scoops without getting any nouns or verbs incorrect! Click HERE to play the online nouns game.

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 play telescope for reading around the classroom


Make telescopes out of toilet paper tubes.  Have the students play a version of "I Spy" to find nouns around the room.  They may find index cards with nouns on them that you strategically places, or they may simply point out physical objects, such as a desk, map, pencil, etc.

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 nouns photo cards for teacher classroom students

These cards show easily recognizable everyday objects found around the home and help kids develop grouping and classifying skills. For example, dog, cat and goldfish can be grouped together because they’re all pets. Each tin features full-color photographs or illustrations on large 6" x 5- 1/2" cards that make recognition easier and are perfect to use in small groups. The coated cards and the quality tin storage box provide lasting value.
Contents: 40 Cards, activity guide

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 nouns verbs adjectives photo cards for teaching



Themed photographic cards in a convenient boxed set.
Perfect for teaching speech and language.
A useful addition to any resource room and elementary classroom.
A great tool for special education, ESL, ELL, Head Start and Title 1 programs.


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 what is a noun book for kids


The best-selling Words Are Categorical series introduces young readers to different types of words through rhyming verse and illustrations of comical cartoon cats. Offering a lighthearted perspective, each title shows readers the fun and entertaining world of language.

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 if you were a noun book for teacher classroom kids


Provides an introduction to nouns and proper nouns. Includes an activity.


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 nouns and verbs book for kids


It's Field Day in Mr. Wright's class and not just for the students. Nouns and verbs are inventing their own games in this companion to "Punctuation Takes A Vacation."

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 grammar posters for the classroom


Help your students learn about grammar by displaying Barker Creek's beautiful grammar posters throughout the classroom! Children will love the eye-catching design and simple explanations of grammar functions. Set includes Collective Noun, Verb/Adverb, Noun, Simile, Prefix/Suffix, Idiom, Compound Word, Adjective, and Homophone/Synonym/Antonym. These posters provide an easy way to help students memorize these grammar functions through striking visuals and clear examples.

Set of 9
19" x 13-3/8"
Great for ESL/ELL too!

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