Spider Web Noun Sort

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Practice sorting nouns with our spider themed noun sort activity.  It is a great hands-on grammar activity that can be adaptable for students in 1st-3rd grade.
Hands-on grammar activity reinforcing different types of nouns.  Printable version of our Spider Web Noun Sort also available!
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I love creating hands-on activities for my kiddos; and I prefer activities that I can either make myself with a few manipulatives versus printing things out.  I understand others may just be the opposite, so we are sharing two versions of our Spider Web Noun Sort-- a printable and non-printable version!

To set up the non-printable version of this Spider themed noun sort, you'll need:
3 paper plates
post it notes
plastic spider rings

Draw a spider web on each of the paper plates.  On each plate, place a post-it note with a type of noun--person, place, or thing.

Cut small strips of post it notes and attach them to the spider rings.  On each strip, write a person, place, or thing.

Once the activity is all ready to go, invite your child over to help sort the spiders onto the correct web.

You can also extend this activity by talking about proper nouns and pronouns.
If you are one that prefers printables, this is for you!  There are three sorting mats, a recording sheet, and a page of blank colorful spiders so that you can choose the nouns you would like to use!  Enjoy!  Just click on the picture to download your printable. 
Printable Noun Sort Grammar Activity

If you are looking for more Spider-Themed Activities, the 2nd grade blogging team has got you covered! Check out these awesome spider activities!

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