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Les NOMS / NOUNS

Mad Tv - Public School House Rock - Nouns
"A parody of School House Rock by MADtv about what goes on in a public school in noun form..."
(YouTube)

(Updated on 05/02/2013)

 

Types of nouns Exercises to print -
Collocations  
Dénombrables et indénombrables
Pluriels

Examples -
Interactive exercises
- Exercises to print -
Interactive games
- Poems - Videos

Masculin - Féminin Interactive exercises - Interactive games
noms, verbes, etc à identifier
Presentation -
Interactive exercises -
Interactive games
- Games to print -
Songs
- Poems - Posters - Videos
Noms composés Presentation - Pronunciation -
Interactive exercises
- Interactive games - Games to print -
Cartoons
Noms propres Vocabulary - Pronunciation - Grammar - Word formation -
Interactive exercises
- Exercises to print -
Interactive games
- Songs - Cartoons
See What is a Noun ? (uottawa.ca)
Word formation

 

 

 

TYPES OF NOUNS : Exercises to print

 


 

 

Collocations :

 

 

 

 

Dénombrables et indénombrables :

 

 


Pages complémentaires :

Partitifs - Quantifiants - 'some, any, no' - Pluriels

 

 

 

 

 

 


Examples :

 

 

INTERACTIVE exercises :

  • Le pluriel des noms - "Nouveau parcours grammatical d'activités et d'exercices sur internet, dont le but est d'apprendre à former le pluriel des noms."
    Créé par Hélène de Morel
    (memovoc.com)
  • Countable - Uncountable : interactive activities
    Contents : Likes and Dislikes
    Type of activity: Individual, Matching, Filling gaps, Right, Wrong

    (itereva.pf)

 

  • Plural nouns.
    "How is the "s" prononced? it can be: /z/or /s/or /iz/
    Make your choice!"

    - Activity created by: Renée Maufroid


  • A cat, Cats - activities created by Renée Maufroid :
    "Certains noms ont un pluriel régulier, d'autres pas.... Quel score as tu à ce jeu?"
    Matching - Flashcards - Concentration - Word Search
  • Pluriels - associer les mots (Hervé Humbert)
  • Plurals - "Look at the singular form and write the plural." - exercice interactif (Ghislaine Wulles)

 

Exercises TO PRINT :

  • Irregular Plural Nouns - (rhlschool)
    "Underline the irregular plural noun in each sentence and write the singular form." -
    exercise to print


INTERACTIVE games :

  • Jeu en FLASH sur le pluriel (prononciation et écriture) - (worldofteacherfortin.perso.sfr.fr)

  • Fish Tanks - GRADES 5-6 (sadlier-oxford.com)
    " Fill a tank with tropical fish using your knowledge of plurals."

 

Poems :

  • English is crazy! - A Poem about Plurals
    "We'll begin with box, and the plural is boxes,
    But the plural of ox should be oxen, not oxes..."

    (humbleapostrophe.com)

 

Videos :

 

 

 

 

 


Masculin - Féminin :

Interactive exercises - Interactive games

 


INTERACTIVE exercises :

 

INTERACTIVE games :

  • "Guess the sex of these names! (kyoto-su.ac.jp)
    Some names are commonly used for both men and women,
    so there are three choices 'Male,' 'Female' or 'Both'."

 

 

 

 

 


Pages complémentaires :

Formation des mots

 


Presentation :

  • The Compound Lesson
    "Compound words are two smaller words combined together.
    For example, the word play and the word ground make a compound word of playground.
    There is a great video to watch that can teach you all about compound words and how to spot them.
    Check it out in the Compound Words section of the site...
    Once you’ve finished watching the video and learning all about compound words, you can play some great games and practice everything you’ve learned."

    (learninggamesforkids.com)

 

  • Compound Words
    If it doesn't open, click on ENGLISH / Compound Words
    (Primary Resources)

 

 

Pronunciation :

  • Word Stress
    explanation - compound nouns -
    noun+noun compounds - phrasal verbs
    homographs (look-alikes)

    (soundsofenglish.org)

 

 

INTERACTIVE exercises :

  • Crazy Compound Words - interactive activities
    "This resource pack provides a range of activities to explain and reinforce the meaning of compound words.
    It should enable pupils to:
    - understand that a compound word is two smaller words joined together
    - look at individual words to make their own compound words
    - identify and create compound words from a list or table of words..."
    (ngfl-cymru.org.uk)

 

  • Make a choice (with pictures) - ex :
    "Is it...
    A a bottle of wine?
    B a wine bottle?"
    (Ghislaine Wulles)

  • Compound nouns - Gapfill exercise (erp.oissel.onac.org)

 

 

INTERACTIVE games :

  • The Compound Lesson
    "Compound words are two smaller words combined together.
    For example, the word play and the word ground make a compound word of playground.
    There is a great video to watch that can teach you all about compound words and how to spot them.
    Check it out in the Compound Words section of the site...
    Once you’ve finished watching the video and learning all about compound words, you can play some great games and practice everything you’ve learned."

    (learninggamesforkids.com)

 

 

Games TO PRINT :

 

Cartoons :