Scavenger Hunt: Nouns
In this one-time class, we will practice identifying and naming nouns using fun scavenger hunts. #academic
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learners per class
50 minute class
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What is a noun? What are common vs. proper nouns? Can you list some examples of nouns (both common and proper)? After answering these questions, we will begin our three scavenger hunts. In the first scavenger hunt, students will find nouns in a photo. In the second one, students will find nouns in sentences. In the third and final one, students will be up and moving around to find nouns in their house. For the last scavenger hunt, I will give a clue for a random household item (i.e. find...
Describe a noun. Distinguish between common and proper nouns. Give examples of both common and proper nouns. Find nouns in a photo, sentences, and in real life (their house).
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Return all items found in the scavenger hunt back to their original place. Continue labeling nouns.
Paper/pencil OR Whiteboard/marker Water bottle
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Observation. Additional encouragement and instruction will be provided as needed.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parents are encouraged to be nearby in case your student needs help reading the sentences (silently), locating items in the house, or if there are any issues (i.e. technology, etc.) that might need to be addressed. Students are encouraged to have a water bottle in case they get thirsty during the final scavenger hunt. Please make sure your child knows how to find and use the Mute/Unmute button. There are times when a student’s background is noisy. Their mic will be muted by the teacher so the class and the learning and thinking processes are not disrupted. Your student will then have to unmute their mic in order to talk. Zoom will not allow teachers to unmute mics anymore. *Each child must be registered to attend the class; however, siblings/friends can share a screen to participate in the class.
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Hi! I’m Mrs. Rachel. I’m a certified teacher with over 23 years of experience. We are a military family, and because we move a lot, I've had the pleasure of working with students of all ages (birth-senior citizens) in four countries, six states,...