Noun Groups

Hello to all of my fellow Year 2 C2C people.  I'm sure you have heard of this term to death by now, the old 'noun group'.  Before C2C came in last year I hadn't had a clue what a noun group was.  I knew that we could describe nouns, but I hadn't heard of this term before. For those of you who are unsure, a noun group consist of an article, adjective and a noun.  For example the black cat.

I have spent the last year and a half trying to find resources for noun groups, but I noticed there isn't a lot out there.  So I finally decided to do something about it and create my own activity.  In this activity, students will use two adjectives instead of one.  Head over to my Teachers Pay Teachers store to check it out! 




5 comments:

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  4. Thank goodness I'm not the only one who had no idea what a noun group was! I'm definitely going to be using this product this term with my Year 2's as part of their poetry unit. Just love how many things C2C likes to squeeze into every unit! :/

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  5. Yes, yes they do! Sometimes I find that I can pull apart on lesson and do 5 separate ones. This is exactly why I made this because of that poetry unit. Getting them to understand syllable count and rhyme early in the unit will really help when it comes time for them to reconstruct their own.

    Even a senior teacher who had taught for over 30 years had never hear of a noun group :)

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