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Circle the nouns and cross out words that are not nouns.
Capitalize the proper nouns from the story.
Read the story. Circle all the nouns. Write them on the lines below the story.
Read the story. Write an appropriate noun onto each blank line to complete the story
Make the story more interesting by replacing the common nouns with proper nouns.
Use the descriptions to guess which noun he is describing
Underline the common nouns and circle the proper nouns.
Write Common or Proper on the line next to each noun. Then, write three of each.
If the noun is singular, write the plural form. If the noun is plural, write the singular form.
Write the irregular plural form of each noun.
Tell whether each noun is common or proper. Write the plural of each word.
Write the irregular plural form of each noun. Write the correct possessive form for each belonging.
Underline the verb that shows the action, and circle the direct object that receives the action.
Underline the verb that shows the action, circle the direct object that receives the action . . .
Write the correct possessive noun to show each belonging.
Combine the two sentences. Write one sentence using a singular possessive noun.
Combine the two sentences. Write one sentence using a plural possessive noun.
Write one sentence using each noun as a singular noun, and one as plural.
Tell whether the underlined noun is countable or uncountable.
Underline the concrete nouns and circle the abstract nouns.