Nouns and Verbs. What do they do?. Welcome to Grammar!. We will learn so many exciting words. We are going to learn about nouns and verbs. We will find the difference between nouns and verbs. Let’s go learn!! Click here to see the standards that this project aligns with.
What do they do?
Let’s go learn!!
Click here to see the standards that this project aligns with.
Ohio Standards: Common Core State Standards
Language Arts: Grade 1
Speaking & Listening: Comprehension and Collaboration
SL.1.2. Ask and answer questions about key details in a text read aloud or information presented orally or through other media.
Language: Conventions of Standard English
L.1.1. Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.
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Nouns are objects.
They can be a person - like your teacher.
They can be a place – like a restaurant
They can be things – like a piggy bank
Chick-fil-a is a place.
A teacher is a person.
A piggy bank is a thing.
The catdrank milk.
Cat is the noun.
cat is a thing
Choose the picture above of the noun that is a person.
Go back and review nouns.
The dog barked loudly.
Hint: a noun is a person, place or thing.
You remembered that a noun is a person, place or thing.
Click the home button to go back and pick the verbs section.
The bunny hops.
Hops is the verb. Hops is an action.
hops is a verb
Click on the picture that shows a verb.
Let’s review some more
A verb shows action. You chose the action “kicking”. Kicking is a verb.
A mouse eats cheese.
Let’s try it again!
Way to Go!! movement?
You are right. The mouse eats the cheese. Eats is the action of the mouse. The word eats is the verb!
Click the home button to go back and pick the final review section.
Are you ready?
Let’s hop to it.
(Hop is a verb!)
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The monkeys throw bananas at me!
Go back and try again…
Elephants spray water.
You can do it!
I am proud of you!! You have worked hard and learned a lot. Go see Mrs.Birks for a surprise.
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