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1 Fry s Picture Nouns 1. boy 21. cat 41. bread 61. bush 81. farmer 2. girl 22. dog 42. meat 62. flower 82. policeman 3. man 23. bird 43. soup 63. grass 83. cook 4. woman 24. fish 44. apple 64. plant 84. doctor 5. baby 25. rabbit 45. cereal 65. tree 85. nurse 6. ball 26. table 46. water 66. sun 86. television 7. doll 27. chair 47. milk 67. moon 87. radio 8. train 28. sofa 48. juice 68. star 88. movie 9. game 29. chest 49. soda 69. cloud 89. ball game 10. toy 30. desk 50. tea 70. rain 90. band 11. one 31. cup 51. six 71. lake 91. pen 12. two 32. plate 52. seven 72. rock 92. pencil 13. three 33. bowl 53. eight 73. dirt 93. crayon 14. four 34. fork 54. nine 74. field 94. chalk 15. five 35. spoon 55. ten 75. hill 95. computer 16. shirt 36. car 56. fruit 76. horse 96. book 17. pants 37. truck 57. orange 77. cow 97. newspaper 18. dress 38. bus 58. grape 78. pig 98. magazine 19. shoes 39. plane 59. pear 79. chicken 99. sign 20. hat 40. boat 60. banana 80. duck 100. letter Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 1

2 Fry s Picture Nouns Name: Date: Score: / boy 21. cat 41. bread 61. bush 81. farmer 2. girl 22. dog 42. meat 62. flower 82. policeman 3. man 23. bird 43. soup 63. grass 83. cook 4. woman 24. fish 44. apple 64. plant 84. doctor 5. baby 25. rabbit 45. cereal 65. tree 85. nurse 6. ball 26. table 46. water 66. sun 86. television 7. doll 27. chair 47. milk 67. moon 87. radio 8. train 28. sofa 48. juice 68. star 88. movie 9. game 29. chest 49. soda 69. cloud 89. ball game 10. toy 30. desk 50. tea 70. rain 90. band 11. one 31. cup 51. six 71. lake 91. pen 12. two 32. plate 52. seven 72. rock 92. pencil 13. three 33. bowl 53. eight 73. dirt 93. crayon 14. four 34. fork 54. nine 74. field 94. chalk 15. five 35. spoon 55. ten 75. hill 95. computer 16. shirt 36. car 56. fruit 76. horse 96. book 17. pants 37. truck 57. orange 77. cow 97. newspaper 18. dress 38. bus 58. grape 78. pig 98. magazine 19. shoes 39. plane 59. pear 79. chicken 99. sign 20. hat 40. boat 60. banana 80. duck 100. letter Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 2

3 Fry s Picture Nouns List A List B List C List D List F boy cat bread bush farmer girl dog meat flower policeman man bird soup grass cook woman fish apple plant doctor baby rabbit cereal tree nurse ball table water sun television doll chair milk moon radio train sofa juice star movie game chest soda cloud ball game toy desk tea rain band one cup six lake pen two plate seven rock pencil three bowl eight dirt crayon four fork nine field chalk five spoon ten hill computer shirt car fruit horse book pants truck orange cow newspaper dress bus grape pig magazine shoes plane pear chicken sign hat boat banana duck letter Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 3

4 Fry s Picture Nouns List A List C List E List G List I boy cat bread bush farmer girl dog meat flower policeman man bird soup grass cook woman fish apple plant doctor baby rabbit cereal tree nurse ball table water sun television doll chair milk moon radio train sofa juice star movie game chest soda cloud ball game toy desk tea rain band List B List D List F List H List J one cup six lake pen two plate seven rock pencil three bowl eight dirt crayon four fork nine field chalk five spoon ten hill computer shirt car fruit horse book pants truck orange cow newspaper dress bus grape pig magazine shoes plane pear chicken sign hat boat banana duck letter Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 4

5 Fry s Picture Nouns: Flashcards Cut out each flashcard and then bend it in half along the thick middle line. Then, glue the front and back together so that the word is on the front, and the picture clue is on the back. You may want to laminate these cards so that the front and back are secure and do not come apart after repeated use. Or, you could also cut each flashcard into two separate cards along the thick line in the middle of the word card and the picture card. Then, you can use these cards as a matching game activity. Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 5

6 1 boy 2 girl 3 man Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 6

7 4 woman 5 baby 6 ball Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 7

8 7 doll 8 train 9 game Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 8

9 10 toy 11 one 12 two Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 9

10 13 three 14 four 15 five Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 10

11 16 shirt 17 pants 18 dress Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 11

12 19 shoes 20 hat 21 cat Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 12

13 22 dog 23 bird 24 fish Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 13

14 25 rabbit 26 table 27 chair Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 14

15 28 sofa 29 chest 30 desk Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 15

16 31 cup 32 plate 33 bowl Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 16

17 34 fork 35 spoon 36 car Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 17

18 37 truck 38 bus 39 plane Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 18

19 40 boat 41 bread 42 meat Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 19

20 43 soup 44 apple 45 cereal Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 20

21 46 water 47 milk 48 juice Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 21

22 49 soda 50 tea 51 six Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 22

23 52 seven 53 eight 54 nine Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 23

24 55 ten 56 fruit 57 orange Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 24

25 58 grape 59 pear 60 banana Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 25

26 61 bush 62 flower 63 grass Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 26

27 64 plant 65 tree 66 sun Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 27

28 67 moon 68 star 69 cloud Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 28

29 70 rain 71 lake 72 rock Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 29

30 73 dirt 74 field 75 hill Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 30

31 76 horse 77 cow 78 pig Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 31

32 79 chicken 80 duck 81 farmer Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 32

33 82 policeman 83 cook 84 doctor Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 33

34 85 nurse 86 television 87 radio Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 34

35 88 movie 89 ball game 90 band Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 35

36 91 pen 92 pencil 93 crayon Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 36

37 94 chalk 95 computer 96 book Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 37

38 97 newspaper 98 magazine 99 sign Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 38

39 100 letter Unique Teaching Resources All Rights Reserved Page 39

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