Quantity Terms With Count Nouns
In this substituting expressions for quantity words instructional activity, students use the expressions little, quite a little or quite a bit of, few, and quite a few to replace phrases in sentences. Students rewrite 10 sentences.
3 Views 4 Downloads
Count or Non-Count Nouns?
Many learners struggle with the difference between count and non-count nouns. When do you use a few or a little? Or much or many? Take a look at ten sentences where young grammarians can use context clues to decide which noun fits in the...
3rd - 6th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Singular, Plural, and Possessive Nouns | Parts of Speech App
Give your noun instruction a boost, with an in-depth presentation into singular, plural, and possessive nouns. First, enthusiastic grammarians learn about each noun in detail; then, take part in an interactive pop quiz, and end the...
8 mins 3rd - 6th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Common and Proper Nouns | Parts of Speech App
Enhance instruction with a video focusing on common and proper nouns. Go in depth into the types of nouns and the difference between common and proper. Follow up the learning portion of the video with an interactive pop quiz, and end the...
4 mins 3rd - 6th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Nouns: Identifying Nouns
Your little grammarians identify nouns in a variety of exercises. Concrete and abstract, singular and plural, count and noncount nouns are included, so it might make a good review of comprehensive parts of speech study. Learners mark...
1st - 5th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable