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Sentence Structure Subject-Noun Worksheet

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Worksheet 3/7 Chart the Subject - Noun

Use the nouns from the list to complete the chart below.

The first one has been done for you.

Dr. Jones Bermuda teacher Mrs. Russell park
pencil Mexico bowl Scotland doctor
Karen kitchen towel table Dallas
Mr. Carter flower chair You school

 

person place thing
Dr. Jones
park
pencil
Karen
school
chair
Mrs. Russell
Dallas
flower
Mr. Carter
Mexico
table
teacher
Scotland
paper
You
kitchen
bowl
doctor
Bermuda
towel

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Write a sentence using the words from the chart. You have the subjects or nouns, now add an action or verb. Tell the reader what the subjcet or noun is doing. The first one has been done for you.
1)
Dr. Jones is sketching trees with her pencil in the park.
2) Karen delivered the chair to the school.
3) Mrs. Russell planted flowers in Dallas.
4) Mr. Carter danced on a table in Mexico.
5) A Scotland teacher used all the paper to make the student's book.
6) You put the apple in the bowl which is on the kitchen counter.
7) The Bermuda doctor wiped his forehead with the towel.

Does each sentence have a noun? Are the words spelled correctly? Did you use capital letters and a period or full stop at the end of your sentence.

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Tessie's tips on writing...Look around you and name as many subject or nouns as you can in one minute. Ready, steady, go! Challenge a friend. Ready, steady, go! Build your bank of vocabulary by adding the nouns here to your list in your notebook. Recommended Reading; " The Snowy Day", by Ezra Jack Keats.

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