Henrietta Hillman

Henrietta Hillman

Henrietta Hillman
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An Impromptu Lesson

Step into Grade with Mrs. Lemons: An Impromptu Lesson on Nouns-student created charts. Too clever!

Verbs Verbs Verbs! First, search for verbs in magazines.  Then, have students add sheet to writing notebook and use in their own writing.

Word Work activities: She make a verb collage, but you could also make one with nouns, adjectives etc. Have students all bring in examples of each part of speech, then collage them to make separate classroom posters;

2nd Grade Smarty-Arties taught by the Groovy Grandma!: Comma in a series, nouns, detail anchor charts

Grade Smarty-Arties taught by the Groovy Grandma!: Comma in a series, nouns, detail anchor charts by alhely

Jennifer's Teaching Tools: Nouns ~ Verbs ~ Adjectives

We have been working hard learning about nouns and adjectives. This week we introduced verbs. and now we are getting all these words conf.

Great way to teach nouns- each student gets a popsicle stick with a sentence on it and they have to identify the noun. Chart all of the nouns under the different categories & from there identify all of the proper nouns.

Write sentences on popsicle sticks (enough for each student). Have the students read the sentence to the class and chart the nouns. After the activity, students can create a foldable and write 5 nouns under each flap (person, place, thing).

Noun Sorting Worksheet FREE

Students will sort words and pictures of nouns and sort into the correct categories.