Collective Nouns - Animal Vocabulary

by BigDogCards

Price: 200 points or $2 USD

Subjects: speakingListening,zoology,expressiveLanguage

Grades: 4,5,6,7

Description: Looking for a great vocabulary lesson? Try this Collective Nouns lesson! This lesson will also improve deductive logic and hone Inferenceing skills. This vocabulary resource. Collective nouns are words used to describe groups of people, animals, or things. Examples include "herd" for cattle, and "flock" for birds. They represent a single entity despite comprising multiple individuals, simplifying language and enabling efficient communication. However, there is another facet to consider. WHY? WHY is a group of penguins called a TUXEDO? Or a group of flamingos called a FLAMBOYANCE? This 30 card deck includes 28 fill-in-the-blanks and 28 multiple-choice prompts for plenty of practice and opportunity to master this skill. If you are looking for the accompanying worksheet look for the PRINTIE with the same name Collective Noun Printie " or copy and paste this link: