Presentation on theme: "Proper Nouns Created by Andrea White 2 nd Grade. Remember a noun is a word that names a person, place, animal, or thing. chairgrassflower vanshirtnurse."— Presentation transcript:
Remember a noun is a word that names a person, place, animal, or thing. chairgrassflower vanshirtnurse camerapolicemanpizza dogballradio
There are special nouns called Proper Nouns. They name special people, pets, and places. Katie is my friend. I have a pet dog named Spot. I live in Jonesboro, Arkansas.
A proper noun is special because it begins with a capital letter. Mrs. White is my teacher. Mrs. White
Proper Nouns name a person, pet, or place. My aunt took me shopping. My Aunt Betty took me shopping. Notice that aunt is not a proper noun, just a noun. But when it names someone, it is a proper noun.
Here are some other examples of proper nouns. My cat chased a mouse. Nouns: cat mouse My cat, Fluffy, chased a mouse. Nouns: cat mouse Proper Noun: Fluffy
Nouns and Proper Nouns Nouns Proper Nouns friendsSue, Mary, Madison birdTweedy streetMain Street schoolValley View cityLittle Rock uncleUncle Mike
I went shopping at wal-mart. I went shopping at Wal-mart. Let’s find the special nouns.
I spent the night with scott. I spent the night with Scott.
My grandma lives on valley drive. My grandma lives on Valley Drive.
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