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  • Nouns by Koereyelle DuBose
  • What are nouns?
    • Person
    • mom, girl, friend, boys
    • Place
    • city, zoo, Atlanta, park
    • Thing
    • book, chair, pencil, shoes
    • Animal
    • dog, cat, bear, monkey
  • Let’s sort nouns! Friend shoes pencil house store park job Dog telephone sister school kitchen teacher Person Place Thing
  • Common & Proper Nouns
    • Common
    • team
    • phone
    • puppy
    • city
    • day
    • Proper
    • Chicago Bears
    • Samsung phone
    • Fuzzy the puppy
    • Conyers, GA
    • Monday
  • Is it common or proper? Miss DuBose Joshua brother President Teacher CJ Hicks Elementary swing park Mr. Wyatt Common Proper
  • Singular & Plural
    • Singular
    • hat
    • box
    • sandwich
    • bunny
    • child
    • Plural
    • hat s
    • box es
    • sandwich es
    • bunn ies
    • children
    What’s the rule?
  • Is it singular or plural? Houses ship boxes wishes children fox Cars piece sisters women man geese Singular Plural
  • Possessive Nouns
    • A possessive noun shows ownership
    • My mother ’s cake tasted delicious.
    • Have you seen my sister ’s book?
  • More Possessive Nouns
    • Here’s the rule:
    • If a noun is plural and ends with an s , add the apostrophe after the s
    • My friends’ brother came outside.
    • The dogs’ bone was disgusting.
  • Let’s Practice!
    • Which word is a noun?
    • Friend
    • Happy
    • Around
    • orange
    • Which word is a noun?
    • angry
    • playground
    • two
    • read
    • Which word is a noun?
    • Run
    • Hop
    • Sad
    • mother
    • Which word is a noun?
    • Cry
    • Understand
    • Child
    • ready
    • Which is a singular noun?
    • Phone
    • Brushes
    • Dishes
    • scary
    • Which is a plural noun?
    • Ruler
    • President
    • Boxes
    • skip
    • Which noun is possessive?
    • Houses
    • Inside
    • Shoes
    • Sister’s
    • Which noun is possessive?
    • Phones
    • Wishes
    • Dad’s
    • unhappy
    • Which noun is possessive?
    • isn’t
    • She’s
    • Girl
    • Girls’
    • Which noun is possessive?
    • Computer
    • Glasses
    • Friends’
    • clean
    • Is the underlined word a person, place or thing?
    • The girls went to the office .
    • Person
    • Place
    • Thing
    • None
    • Is the underlined word a person, place or thing?
    • My mom and I cooked dinner.
    • Person
    • Place
    • Thing
    • None