how to make english working model on determiners using cardboard and color paper


In this project, we will create a working model to explain the concept of determiners in English grammar using cardboard and color paper.

Determiners are words that introduce nouns and help specify which noun we are referring to. This model will provide a tangible way to understand and remember the different types of determiners.

Materials Needed:

  1. Cardboard or foam board (for the base)
  2. Color paper (for creating examples)
  3. Scissors
  4. Glue or adhesive
  5. Markers or pens

Step-by-Step Explanation:

  1. Creating the Base:
    • Cut a piece of cardboard or foam board to serve as the base of the model.
  2. Preparing Examples:
    • Choose various types of determiners, such as articles (a, an, the), demonstratives (this, that, these, those), possessives (my, your, his, her, its, our, their), quantifiers (some, any, many, few), and numbers (one, two, several, etc.).
    • Cut out rectangular pieces from color paper to represent the examples of determiners.
  3. Labeling Determiner Types:
    • Write the names of the determiner types on the cardboard base using markers or pens.
  4. Creating Pockets:
    • Attach the rectangular pieces of color paper to the base, leaving one side unglued to create pockets.
  5. Placing Examples:
    • Insert the examples of determiners into their respective pockets.

Demonstrating Determiners:

  • Explain the concept of determiners as words that help provide more information about nouns.
  • Take out examples from the pockets and explain their roles in specifying nouns.


Through the determiners working model created using cardboard and color paper, you’ve provided an interactive way to understand and remember the different types of determiners in English grammar.

This project makes learning about determiners more engaging and accessible.

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