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Noun Town!

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Jenny Holloway

on 8 October 2015

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Transcript of Noun Town!

What is a NOUN?
a person
a place
a thing
an idea
What's a COMMON NOUN?
A common noun names a person, place, thing, or idea, but it is not specific. It is not capitalized.
Common Nouns:
A proper noun names a SPECIFIC person, place, or thing. It must be capitalized.
There are many types of nouns!
Let's learn a few!
Common & Proper
Singular & Plural
Concrete & Abstract
Noun Town!
store
school
teacher
city
state
restaurant
cup
glasses
What is a PROPER NOUN?
Proper Nouns:
Target
Mannsdale Upper Elementary
Mrs. Holloway
Madison
Mississippi
Beagle Bagel Cafe
Singular Nouns:
Name ONE person, place, thing, or idea.
Plural Nouns:
Name MORE THAN ONE person, place, thing, or idea.
ONE SPOON
Many spoons
One hamburger or Several hamburgers
Nouns that can be experienced with at least one of the five senses: sight, smell, hearing, taste, and touch.
Concrete Nouns:
Concrete Nouns:
Abstract Nouns:
Names something that you cannot experience with one of the five senses.

It is an idea, emotion, state of being, or feeling.
ABSTRACT NOUNS:
Let's Sing about Nouns!
That's All Folks!
See what NOUNS you can find in YOUR TOWN!
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