Common/Proper Noun Match 2

Common-proper noun match 2 STICKEROne of the Common Core standards for first grade is “Use common, proper, and possessive nouns (CCSS.ELA-Literacy.L.1.1b).” Kids first have to first know what common and proper nouns are. Here’s my second worksheet to help kids understand the difference between the two kinds of nouns. In the worksheet, students match a common noun with its proper noun counterpart.

Click here for the free common/proper noun matching worksheet: Common-proper noun match 2

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Common/Proper Noun Match

Common-proper noun match STICKER

One of the Common Core standards for first grade is “Use common, proper, and possessive nouns (CCSS.ELA-Literacy.L.1.1b).” In order to use these types of nouns, kids have to first know what they are. This worksheet I made will help with that. Students should match a common noun with its proper noun counterpart.

Click here for the common/proper noun matching worksheet: Common-proper noun match

I’m Thankful For… (Nouns!)

Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!!! Print this page off and let your class (or Thanksgiving dinner guests) Brainstorm something (noun) they’re thankful for. Maybe give them a few minutes to see how many they can letters they can write something down for (1 word per line/letter). Then share your answers. (If you’d like to play this game the Scattergories* way, it would be fun too…) Click here for the free printable worksheet: Thankful for Nouns

Thankful for Nouns STICKER

*Scattergories is a creative-thinking category-based party game (Milton Bradley Co.). The objective of the game is to score points by uniquely naming objects within a set of categories (Thanksgiving, in this case), given an initial letter (or one for each letter), within a time limit.

Parts of Speech: Thanksgiving Turkey

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Here’s a fun opportunity to discuss parts of speech (noun, verb, adjective)… all relating to turkeys! Your first, second and third graders will love this one. Click here for the free printable worksheet: Thanksgiving Parts of Speech

Thanksgiving Plural Nouns Worksheet UPDATED

Since it’s “thankful season,” let me first thank my family (especially my hubby) and friends for all their support as I’ve been building this blog. A HUGE thank you also goes out to those of you who have spread the word about my blog! I truly appreciate my readers and those teachers around the world who help the rising generation achieve their full potential.Plural Nouns- Thanksgiving STICKER

Here’s my free printable Plural Nouns- Thanksgiving UPDATED worksheet! It asks students to change singular nouns to plural by adding -s. There are no irregulars on this worksheet, so this is a great page for second grade (maybe with teacher help reading the words) or third grade. This would also be helpful for ESL or ELL students who need some extra practice with plurals.  Happy Turkey Day!

Thanksgiving Common vs. Proper Nouns Worksheet 2

Thanksgiving common vs proper nouns 2 STICKER

Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Use this free worksheet in your first, second or third grade class to teach common and proper nouns. Click here for the free PDF: Thanksgiving common vs proper nouns 2

Click here for last year’s Thanksgiving common vs. proper nouns worksheet!