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1 NounsNounsNounsNouns NounsNounsNounsNouns Click to enter.

2 Click one of the buttons to explore. What is a Noun? Singular & Plural Nouns Common & Proper Nouns Possessive Nouns

3 What is a Noun? A noun is a word that names a person, place, or thing. Here are some examples: –William= person –New York City = place –building = thing

4 What are the nouns in the following sentence? Suzy watched three monkeys swing from trees in the park. » Suzy » monkeys » trees » park

5 What are the nouns in the following sentence? The dog ran to visit Sam and Joe after the bus arrived. » dog » Sam » Joe » bus

6 What are the nouns in the following sentence? Many wonderful students attend school in Frankford. » students » school » Frankford

7 What are the nouns in the following sentence? Andrew went to Shop Rite to buy bread, milk, and bananas. » Andrew » Shop Rite » bread » milk » bananas

8 Click one of the buttons to explore. What is a Noun? Singular & Plural Nouns Common & Proper Nouns Possessive Nouns

9 Singular & Plural Nouns A singular noun names ONE person, place, or thing Examples: teacher, school, pencil

10 Singular & Plural Nouns A plural noun names more than one person, place, or thing. Example: teachers, schools, pencils

11 Singular & Plural Nouns Add –s to form the plural of most nouns. Examples: bird- birds tree- trees desk- desks friend- friends

12 Singular & Plural Nouns Add –es to form the plural of nouns that end with s, sh, ch, or x. Examples: glass- glasses bush- bushes lunch- lunches box- boxes

13 Singular & Plural Nouns To form the plural of nouns ending in a consonant and y, change the y to i and add –es. Examples: baby – babies family – families puppy - puppies

14 Can you write the plural form of these nouns? singular – car plural - cars

15 Can you write the plural form of these nouns? singular – lunch plural - lunches

16 Can you write the plural form of these nouns? singular – glass plural - glasses

17 Can you write the plural form of these nouns? singular – farmer plural - farmers

18 Can you write the plural form of these nouns? singular – bus plural - buses

19 Can you write the plural form of these nouns? singular – story plural - stories

20 Can you write the plural form of these nouns? singular – chicken plural - chickens

21 Click one of the buttons to explore. What is a Noun? Singular & Plural Nouns Common & Proper Nouns Possessive Nouns

22 Common & Proper Nouns A common noun names any person, place, or thing. –Ex: The boy lives in a city.

23 Common & Proper Nouns A proper noun names a special person, place, or thing. Proper nouns begin with capital letters. –Ex: Alexander lives in Boston.

24 Is the green noun common or proper? Sam walked along the beach. PROPER

25 Is the green noun common or proper? Sam walked along the beach. COMMON

26 Is the green noun common or proper? The yellow truck pulled into Shop Rite. COMMON

27 Is the green noun common or proper? The yellow truck pulled into Shop Rite. PROPER

28 Is the green noun common or proper? The students went on a field trip to New York City. COMMON

29 Is the green noun common or proper? The students went on a field trip to New York City. PROPER

30 Click one of the buttons to explore. What is a Noun? Singular & Plural Nouns Common & Proper Nouns Possessive Nouns

31 What are possessive nouns? A possessive noun that shows who or what owns something. Possessive nouns must have an apostrophe (‘) and an “s”. Examples: Joe’s house Stephanie’s paper

32 What are possessive nouns? Usually, the apostrophe (‘) comes before the “s” However, if the noun ends with an “s” you add the apostrophe after the “s.” Examples: The three girls’ bikes Jess’ hat

33 Write the possessive nouns correctly. The (dog) stick was covered in slobber. dog’s

34 Write the possessive nouns correctly. The (plumber) wrench fell on the ground. plumber’s

35 Write the possessive nouns correctly. The two (boys) backpacks were left out in the rain. boys’

36 Write the possessive nouns correctly. (Sam) paper slipped off the desk and onto the floor. Sam’s

37 Write the possessive nouns correctly. I looked out the window and saw (Chris) cat. Chris’

38 Click one of the buttons to explore. What is a Noun? Singular & Plural Nouns Common & Proper Nouns Possessive Nouns


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