Identify common noun and proper noun usage in sentences with this set of printable Christmas-themed Task Cards!
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Christmas is coming up, and what better way to celebrate is by integrating a bit of cheer into every subject? We’ve created a fun set of Christmas-themed common and proper noun task cards to help your upper-year students review common and proper nouns.
This set of printable Christmas task cards is perfect for your Year 2 students to use when practicing their skill with identifying common and proper nouns in text. Students read through the task card and determine whether the underlined noun is common or proper. They will then record their answers on the recording sheet.
An answer sheet is included with your download for students to self-check their answers.
More Ways to Use Your Christmas Activity Printable Cards
Incorporating task cards in the classroom can enhance engagement and provide a versatile tool for reinforcing concepts. Here are various instructional methods and strategies for using these task cards:
- Use your Common and Proper Nouns activity as independent practise. Distribute task cards to students for individual practise, allowing for self-directed learning.
- Try a Common and Proper Noun Jigsaw Activity. Encourage collaboration among students by assigning task cards to small groups and then rearranging students so that each new group has a representative from the initial groups. This promotes knowledge sharing and understanding of various topics.
- Use your common noun and proper noun activity printables as inserts for interactive notebooks. Students can paste cards into notebooks to respond to prompts, creating an organised record of learning.
Easily Prepare This Christmas Year 2 English Activity
Use the dropdown icon on the Download button to choose between PDF or Google Slides versions of this resource. An answer key is included with your download.
Print on thick card for added durability and longevity. Place all pieces in a folder or large envelope for easy access.
Punch a hole in each corner to keep the task cards out of pockets or under desks to place them on a binder ring.
This resource was created by Anna Helwig, a Teach Starter collaborator.