Name It! - Watch Know Learn ratings are intentionally harsher than what you mht find on You Tube, for example. A Power Point presentation describing possessive nouns. Name It! Nouns. What is a noun? A noun is a person, place, thing, or idea. Person Place Thing Idea cowboy. church. beachball. justice. Find the nouns.
Nouns.ppt Most of our videos have been imported by people who want to use them with kids, not by the creators of the videos. Four and five stars should be reserved for really excellent quality. Examples are shown and the narrator explains if it is written correctly and then edits the text on the screen to make it correct. Simply click "Request Finder Rhts" and an e-mail will be sent to the current Finder of the video. If he or she does not, bear in mind that an Administrator will see the refusal of your request and will be able to review it. Nouns. Person; Place; Thing. Created by Mrs. Hicks. Person. A noun can name a person by name A noun can name a kind of a person Sally. teacher. Bobby.
Plural and Singular Nouns - Jefferson County Schools, TN All of his slides were more interesting, and he was definitely more passionate in his delivery. I've been informally collecting data on presentations: for any pack I have been party to as an audience I have attempted to categorise the number of slides that fit into noun (expository) and verb (action) categories. Plural and Singular Nouns Project LA Activity Plural Nouns A plural form of a noun names more than one. It usually ends with s or es. Write P if the noun below is plural.