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Nouns For Kids

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Nouns For Kids

Building language skills is never much fun if taught creatively. It is quite necessary to master the building blocks of the English language right from the start. Grammar fun songs are Sing Along Grammar Songs. The easiest way to teach children Grammar is Fun and Learn. Kids learn to speak and write more effectively by acquiring an understanding of grammar essentials. Help the kids to sing along the Grammar songs featured here or just help them do the worksheets. They just love the activities esp. Word Search. 

 

Some children love to write in scrap books and some even spend time filling up the grammar worksheets. Anything is fine as far as the child is active and creative. So, get along to Kidsfreesouls Grammar Fun songs and Worksheets. 

 

SING ALONG NOUN

 A Noun Is A Person Place Or Thing

Well every person you can know, And every place that you can go

And any thing that you can show, You know they’re nouns

A noun’s a special kind of word, It’s any name you ever heard

I find it quite interesting, A noun is a person place or thing.

Oh I took a train took a train, to another state

The flora and the fauna that I saw, were really great.

When I saw some bandits chasing the train, I was wishing I was back home again.

I took a train took a train, to another state.

Well every person you can know, Like a bandit or an engineer

And every place that you can go, Like a state or a home

And any thing that you can show, Like animals and plants or a train

You know they’re nouns, You know they’re nouns.

Oh, Mrs. Jones is a lady on Hudson Street.

She sent her dog to bark at my brother and me.

We gave her dog a big fat bone, And now he barks at Mrs. Jones

She’s a lady who lives on Hudson Street

 Well every person you can know

Mrs. Jones, a lady or a brother,And every place that you can go

Like a street or a corner, And anything that you can show

Like a dog or a bone, You know they’re nouns

You know they’re nouns.

I took a ferry to the Statue of Liberty, My best friend was waiting there for me.

(He took an early ferry).

We went for a walk on the island you know, And in the middle of summer

It started to snow,  took a ferry to the Statue of Liberty.

 Well every person you can know

Like a friend or the captain of a ship, And every place that you can go

An island or a sea, And anything that you can show

Like a statue, a ferry or snow

You know they’re nouns, You know they’re nouns.

 Oh I put a dime in the drugstore record machine.

Oldie-goldies started playing if you know what I mean.

I heard Chubby Checker he was doing the twist

And the Beatles and the Monkees it goes like this.

I put a dime in the drugstore record machine.

 Well every person you can know

The Beatles and the Monkees, Chubby Checker

And every place that you can go, Like a neighborhood or a store

And anything that you can show

Like a dime or a record machine

You know they’re nouns.

A noun’s a special kind of word, It’s any name you ever heard

I find it quite interesting

A noun’s a person, place or thing.

A noun is a person, place or thing. 

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