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Understanding the parts of speech is fundamental to learning more advanced concepts like sentence structure , grammar, and punctuation. That's why so many language arts units start with the parts of speech. And, if you are starting a unit on the parts of speech, one of the better places to begin is by studying nouns .
Nouns are words that refer to people, places, and things. Most grade school students can tell you this. But the study of nouns gets a little more complex. There are many types of nouns such as common and proper, singular and plural, and abstract and concrete. It is helpful to know these distinctions when studying language. Over the years I've created a catalog of noun worksheets and activities that work well in the classroom. These include multiple-choice tests, practice activities suitable for homework or classroom activities, as well as online noun activities that give students instant feedback and save teachers' time. I've posted all of these activities to this page and made them freely accessible to teachers, parents, and students. May we all one day have a better understanding of what we are saying.
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Here are some multiple-choice tests to help evaluate how well your students understand nouns .
Nouns and Capitalization Common Core State Standards
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Nouns are essential in English grammar because they talk about people, places, events, things, feelings, qualities, objects, and more. One way to practice using nouns is to do noun exercises. These exercises can help you learn how to identify and form nouns correctly and use them in different contexts.
What Is a Noun in English Grammar?
The concept of nouns is used to refer to a person, place, thing, event, substance, or quality. Nouns can be used as the subject or object of a verb, as the direct/indirect object of a verb, or as an adjective.
English has two main types of nouns: common and proper.
Common nouns refer to general categories of people, places, things, or ideas. Proper nouns refer to specific names of persons, places, things, or ideas.
- Lawn – Common noun
- Office – Common noun
- Ganga – Proper noun
There are also countable and uncountable nouns. Countable nouns can be quantified, like a collection of people or a series of items, while uncountable nouns cannot.
- Dog – Countable noun
- Air – Uncountable noun
Finally, there are collective nouns, which refer to groups of things. Here are some examples.
- Flock – Collective noun
- Herd – Collective Noun
Noun Exercise #1
Write down all the nouns used in the paragraphs below. Just add a comma to separate each answer. Example: day, car, umbrella
Noun Exercise #2
Choose the correct type of noun for each of the words inside the parentheses below.
Noun Exercise #3
Fill in the gaps below with the noun that makes the most sense.
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A noun is a word that names a person, place, thing or idea. Nouns are used in your writing very often and are one of the most common parts of speech. In order to write a complete sentence, there must be a subject. A noun is often a part of the subject of a sentence. There are many different types of nouns in the English language.
Some nouns are irregular. There are no spelling rules for making these nouns plural. You just need to remember how to spell these words. Our Irregular Nouns Worksheets are free to download and easy to access in PDF format. Use these Irregular Nouns Worksheets at school or at home.
A noun phrase is a group of words that functions in a sentences as a subject, object, or prepositional object. It is a phrase that has a noun as its head word, and preforms the same grammatical function as a phrase. A noun phrase is a noun with modifiers.
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Nouns are those structural pillars on which we build the mansion of our sentences. Explore our exhaustive collection of free noun worksheets as the one-stop destination for children of kindergarten, grade 1, grade 2, grade 3, grade 4 and grade 5 to classify, identify or distinguish the classes of nouns, form nouns from adjectives or verbs, learn gender, pluralization and capitalization of nouns, identify countable and uncountable nouns and gain so much more in the process.
The pdf worksheets are tailor-made for children of kindergarten through grade 5.
CCSS: L.K.1.B, L.1.1.B, L.1.C, L.1.2.A, L.2.1.A, L.2.1.B, L.3.1.B
Identifying Nouns in Sentences
Since it's impossible to think of a sentence without a noun, let kindergarten kids take a peek at the multiple applications and usages of nouns.
As myriad as they are in their forms, classifying nouns, will help kids of kindergarten and grade 1, understand and use them more appropriately.
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- Spotting Abstract Nouns in Sentences
- Abstract Nouns and Concrete Nouns
- Completing Sentences with Collective Nouns
- Collective Nouns
- Choosing Collective Nouns
- Irregular Plurals
- Plurals and Possessives
- Singular Possessive Nouns
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Children of grade 1 and grade 2 are sure to benefit from this printable exercise of circling all the common nouns that they come across in a sentence.
Our collection of free worksheets on proper nouns comes with a host of learning takeaways like learning to identify, sort, name and capitalize proper nouns.
Do your third and fourth grade children know what intangible things are? Kids learn to identify abstract nouns and make abstract nouns using suffixes with this printable compilation of abstract noun worksheets.
Help first grade and second grade children perceive concrete nouns better with some focused practice, designed with expertise.
Complete the Sentences with Collective Nouns
Make use of our pdf worksheets to introduce collective nouns and make known the nouns of assembly to second grade and third grade children.
Singular and Plural Nouns
Seize our printable exercise to encourage children of grade 1 to practice the plurals of a collection of basic nouns.
Irregular Plural Nouns
Tackle the difficulty of converting singular irregular nouns to plural with this effective recap exercise that will help kids memorize the words to serve the purpose well.
Countable and Uncountable Nouns
Our young language learners are quite likely to become proficient in distinguishing between the countable and uncountable nouns with this endearing printable.
Choose the Correct Form of Possessive Nouns
Give children this PDF worksheet to gain a greater understanding of the singular and plural forms of the possessive nouns, as they are placed in contexts of sentences.
Types of Gender
Learning about gender divisions in nouns enables us to tell a male person or animal from a female or even inanimate objects. Take a better look at these with our free worksheet.
Identify the Material Nouns
Do you require to familiarize your children in grade 2 and grade 3 with materials or substances that we classify as material nouns? Here you go with this pdf worksheet!
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EXERCISE A Identify each of the following nouns. On the line provided, write COM for common noun or. PRO for proper noun. Then,write CON for concrete noun
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Identifying Proper and Common Nouns Worksheet. A proper noun names a specific person, place, thing or idea. A common noun does not name a particular person
These exercises can help you learn how to identify and form nouns correctly and use them in different contexts. What Is a Noun in English Grammar?
Types of Nouns - Sorting Activity Answers. Proper Nouns. Common Nouns. Abstract Nouns. Collective Nouns. Ireland. Mr. O'Brien. London. Adam. Christmas Day.
Some plural forms are the same as their singular forms. moose moose salmon yo-yos tomatoes mice.
A proper noun names a specific person, place, or thing and begins with a capital letter. COMMON AND. PROPER NOUNS. A. Read the sentences below.
A noun is often a part of the subject of a sentence. There are many different types of nouns in the English language. We currently have Nouns Worksheets for
How is a proper noun different from a common noun?
In each sentence, circle the nouns and label them with their type (person, place, thing, or idea). Name: Date: Copyright ©2012 WorksheetWorks.com.
The pdf worksheets are tailor-made for children of kindergarten through