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Vocabulary Cards: Information from Multiple Sources
Vocabulary Cards: Information from Multiple Sources
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Vocabulary Cards: Information from Multiple Sources
Use these vocabulary cards with the EL Support Lesson: Information from Multiple Sources.
5th grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Easter Noun & Adjectives #5
Easter Noun & Adjectives #5
Worksheet
Easter Noun & Adjectives #5
Keep learning going this spring break with an Easter-themed worksheet, ensuring fun while learning the basics of nouns and adjectives.
2nd grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Glossary: Information from Multiple Sources
Glossary: Information from Multiple Sources
Worksheet
Glossary: Information from Multiple Sources
Use this glossary with the EL Support Lesson: Information from Multiple Sources.
5th grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Thanksgiving Nouns
Thanksgiving Nouns
Worksheet
Thanksgiving Nouns
Children practice writing nouns in this festive grammar worksheet.
2nd grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Easter Noun & Adjectives #9
Easter Noun & Adjectives #9
Worksheet
Easter Noun & Adjectives #9
Spread some Easter joy to your little writer as he practices parts of speech! This holiday worksheet will help him sort out his nouns and adjectives.
2nd grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Thanksgiving Nouns and Adjectives #6
Thanksgiving Nouns and Adjectives #6
Worksheet
Thanksgiving Nouns and Adjectives #6
Children identify adjectives and circles in this festive Thanksgiving-themed worksheet.
3rd grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Thanksgiving Nouns and Adjectives #4
Thanksgiving Nouns and Adjectives #4
Worksheet
Thanksgiving Nouns and Adjectives #4
Children practice identifying nouns and adjectives in this Thanksgiving worksheet.
3rd grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Easter Noun & Adjectives #8
Easter Noun & Adjectives #8
Worksheet
Easter Noun & Adjectives #8
Stay in the spirit of Easter as you practice parts of speech! This colorful, springtime worksheet will help your child identify nouns and adjectives.
2nd grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Easter Noun & Adjectives #10
Easter Noun & Adjectives #10
Worksheet
Easter Noun & Adjectives #10
Get into the spirit of spring during grammar practice with this Easter themed worksheet! Learn to identify parts of speech with each Easter sentence.
2nd grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Easter Noun & Adjectives #6
Easter Noun & Adjectives #6
Worksheet
Easter Noun & Adjectives #6
Work up your sweet tooth with these Easter sentences! Little writers will learn the basics of identifying nouns and adjectives, all in the spirit of spring.
2nd grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Easter Noun & Adjectives #3
Easter Noun & Adjectives #3
Worksheet
Easter Noun & Adjectives #3
Bring the spirit of Easter into grammar practice with this holiday parts of speech worksheet. Students will identify all the adjectives in each sentence.
2nd grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Thanksgiving Nouns and Adjectives #5
Thanksgiving Nouns and Adjectives #5
Worksheet
Thanksgiving Nouns and Adjectives #5
Children practice parts of speech in this Thanksgiving worksheet!
3rd grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Thanksgiving Nouns and Adjectives #2
Thanksgiving Nouns and Adjectives #2
Worksheet
Thanksgiving Nouns and Adjectives #2
Children work on identifying adjectives and nouns in this Thanksgiving-themed worksheet.
3rd grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Thanksgiving Nouns and Adjectives #3
Thanksgiving Nouns and Adjectives #3
Worksheet
Thanksgiving Nouns and Adjectives #3
Children learn about Thanksgiving traditions and history—and practice identifying nouns and adjectives—in this grammar worksheet.
3rd grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Fill in the Blanks Fun
Fill in the Blanks Fun
Activity
Fill in the Blanks Fun
This fill-in-the-blanks game is a little like Mad Libs, but for emerging writers. Get ready for some silly sentences!
Kindergarten
Reading & Writing
Activity
Play Nursery Rhyme Madlibs!
Play Nursery Rhyme Madlibs!
Activity
Play Nursery Rhyme Madlibs!
Here's a silly game that uses nursery rhymes to introduce a big concept in first grade reading and writing: learning about nouns and verbs.
1st grade
Reading & Writing
Activity
Play Action Word Charades
Play Action Word Charades
Activity
Play Action Word Charades
Make grammar interesting for kinders, with this fun take on charades. They'll practice verbs and get in some giggles, too!
Kindergarten
Reading & Writing
Activity
The Thanksgiving Turkey
The Thanksgiving Turkey
Story
The Thanksgiving Turkey
Arnold's headed to the White House for Thanksgiving! In this silly story, kids learn about proper nouns in the context of this turkey's cross-country adventure.
2nd grade
Reading & Writing
Story
The Copy Pox
The Copy Pox
Story
The Copy Pox
Floyd's copy pox has given him the sniffles and the ability to duplicate everything in sight! Kids practice learning collective nouns in this silly story.
2nd grade
Reading & Writing
Story

Nouns

Common nouns aren’t just the ones you see every day -- it’s just the name for nouns that aren’t proper, like cities or titles. Learn how to write and use common nouns with our materials. We’ve got lots to help your student understand grammar and parts of speech, from worksheets and drills to games and activities, to lesson plans and articles for the adults.
One of the first elements of english that students will learn about is the noun. It is a necessary part of a complete sentence and represents the subject the sentence is about. Nouns themselves come in two categories, common and proper.

A noun refers to a person, place, animal, thing, or idea. While proper nouns describe a specific instance of a noun, common nouns refer to general items. While articles can be used to refer to a specific instance of a common noun, it is typically not a proper noun unless it is named. For example:
CommonProper
teacherMrs. Stevenson
dogRover
restaurantApplebee's
cityCleveland
oceanAtlantic Ocean
While proper nouns are always capitalized, common nouns are only capitalized when they begin a sentence. Common nouns must fall into at least one of the following categories:
  • Abstract noun - things you cannot see or touch.
  • Collective noun - groups
  • Compound noun - nouns made up of more than one word
  • Concrete noun - things you can see or touch
  • Countable noun - things with singular and plural forms
  • Non-countable noun - things that cannot be counted
  • Gender-specific noun - things which are definitely male or female
  • Verbal noun - nouns that represent actions
Teachers can use a variety of games and exercises to help students understand which nouns are common and which are proper. A simple way to help students distinguish between common and proper nouns is to ask, “Can there be more than one of these?” If the answer is yes, it is most likely a common noun. Using the resources provided above by Education.com may help teachers work with students and teach this concept.