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Young scholars expand their knowledge of the definition of a proper noun. They also realize that capital letters are used at the beginning of proper nouns. They are explained what a proper noun is: proper nouns put names to faces; They're used for people, pets and for places. If students are writing about Ben the red setter, the name of the dog starts with a capital letter. Young scholars are asked to add capital letters to the proper nouns in the story.
In this noun review learning exercise, learners respond to 25 questions that require them to classify nouns as concrete, abstract, collective, singular, or plural.
The Proper Wimbledon
Young scholars examine the definition of a proper noun. They practice using capital letters at the beginning of proper nouns. Students proofread and edit a news story about the tennis tournament, Wimbledon. They create their own fantasy Wimbledon Tournament.
Mad-Libbing Your Way Into Modern Poetry
Young scholars use Mad Libs to help them construct their own modern poems using speech clues. For this poetry writing lesson, students identify words and phrases that correspond to particular parts of speech. Young scholars read and evaluate famous modern poems and use the Visual Thesaurus to identify the words' parts of speech. Students create their own poetry using the knowledge for parts of speech and Mad Libs.
In this concrete nouns worksheet, students review the definition of a noun and then underline the common nouns in the 15 sentences.
Students participate in a variety of shared reading and writing activities related to the fables "Hedda and the Ogre," The Silent Couple," and "The Coyote as Shepherd." They complete a chart of folktale criteria, identify the story elements of the fables, and list the plural and singular nouns.
Students participate in a variety of shared reading and writing activities related to the fables "The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing," Fox and Grapes," and "The Lion and the Mouse." They identify key story elements, identify the themes of the fables, and in pairs create and write a moral/fable.
In these verb tenses and word order worksheets, students complete several activities that help them learn to understand and correctly use the future verb tense and sentence word order.
In this sentences activity, students complete a variety activities about sentences, selecting projects to complete, identify fragments and sentences, capitalizing and punctuating, writing sentences, and prefix and compound sentence activities.
Students collect pronouns to replace nouns in sentences together and on paper. Students review nouns with each other. Students identify the pronouns in a variety of sentences provided by the teacher. The Pronoun Party continues.
In this proper nouns worksheet, students improve their understanding of nouns. Students read the 15 sentences and underline proper noun.
Provide practice for your youngsters with identifying abstract nouns. They circle the abstract noun in each of 15 sentences. Examples range from advice, slyness, hatred to bravery, truth, and music (though consensus in the Lesson Planet teacher resource editorial office is that music is a concrete noun).
In this nouns worksheet, students read the sentences and identify the countable nouns. Students then underline the countable nouns in the 15 exercises.
In this verbs learning exercise, students read about verbs, circle the verbs in sentences and rewrite the verb tense. Students complete 50 problems.
Parts of Speech: Adjectives and Pronouns
This cute worksheet for young learners provides practice using demonstrative and possessive adjectives as well as prepositions. Young grammarians must plug adjectives and prepositions into sentences in a way that makes sense. While this is a fine resource, be aware that several of the questions could have multiple correct answers. Actually, the fact that there is not a one-to-one correspondence of answers to questions makes this exercise more authentic. Question eight has an error.
Collections Connect Four
In this items that come in bunches worksheet, students play a Connect Four type game with vocabulary words that name things that come in bunches. They work with words to make matches such as geese/gaggle, and to get four card in a row on the game board.
In this division worksheet, students solve 12 word problems in which two digit numbers are divided by single digits. There will be some remainders. Note: The money on the page is English pounds.
Language Skills: Parts of Speech, Vocabulary and Figures of Speech
For this language skills: parts of speech, vocabulary and figures of speech worksheet, students complete sentences with numerical adjectives, complex rhyming words, homophones and idioms.
Test Your Research Skills-- You Either Know It Or You Don't! 4
For this research worksheet, students use Internet searches or reference books to answer 15 questions on a variety of subjects.
In this nouns worksheet, students name the 13 collective nouns identified by arrows. Students write each collective noun on the lines provided.