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• a Noun is a Word That Names a Person,

• a Noun is a Word That Names a Person,

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Published by: Kaisha Medina on Oct 13, 2009
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Grammar
Name
Nouns
A noun is a word that names a person, place, or thing.Some nouns name
places
.This is my backyard.Some nouns name
things.
The flowers are yellow.
Read the sentences. Underline the nouns that namethings. Circle the nouns that name places.1.
Many plants grow in the forest.
2.
We saw evergreens in the mountains.
3.
You can see a cactus in the desert.
4.
What trees grow in your town ?
Write two more sentences on the lines below. In onesentence, include a noun that names a place. In theother sentence, include a noun that names a thing.5. 6. 
The Tiny Seed
Book 2.1/Unit 2
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At Home:
Have your child write a sentence to answer thequestion in item 4.
 
Grammar
Name
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Mechanics
Use commas to separate three or more words in a series.• The word
and 
or
or 
comes before the last word in aseries.I see flowers, plants, and trees.A rose may be yellow, white, red, or pink.
Read each sentence. Write the corrected sentence on the line.1.
I need to buy pots soil and seeds.
2.
Do you want to plant tulips daisies or roses?
3.
Flowers need sun air and water to grow.
4.
Will you plant flowers in the front back or side yard?
5.
I will give flowers to my sister my aunt and my mom.
Write another sentence about plants. Include three ormore words in a series.6. 
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The Tiny Seed
Book 2.1/Unit 2
At Home:
Have your child write a sentence that lists threefavorite foods.
 
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Grammar
Name
Proofreading
A noun is a word that names a person, place, or thing.Use commas to separate three or more words in a series.
Read the passage. Correctall the mistakes you find.
Cara Max and Jack hiked up a mountain. they sawtrees insects and flowers along the way. For lunch theyeach had a sandwich a yogurt and a drink. At the end of the hike, Max said I’m tired!
Go back and circle each noun in the passage. Write allthe nouns on the lines below.
The Tiny Seed
Book 2.1/Unit 2
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At Home:
Have your child identify each noun from thepassage as a person, place, or thing.

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