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Grade Level Estimation: 1st
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The grammar worksheets on this page can be used to help students understand nouns. Topics include identifying basic nouns, common and proper nouns, singular and plural nouns, and collective nouns.
Basic NounsNoun Cut & Glue (Basic) Free
Cut the nouns and paste them in the correct column - people, places, and things.Noun Cut & Glue (Intermediate) Member
Cut the noun boxes and sort them into people, places, things, and ideas.
Common & Proper NounsCommon and Proper Nouns Free
Determine whether each noun is common or proper. If the noun is common, write "common noun" on the line. If the noun is proper, re-write the noun using correct capitalization.Capitalization of Proper Nouns Member
Choose the correct noun in parenthesis to complete each sentence.Common and Proper Nouns Member
Underline the common nouns with a blue crayon. Underline the proper nouns with a red crayon.Cut-and-Glue Proper & Common Nouns Member
Cut out the word squares at the bottom of the worksheet. Match the common nouns and proper nouns.
Sort the noun cards into two groups- concrete and abstract.Concrete & Abstract Noun Sentences Member
Tell whether the nouns in these sentences are abstract or concrete.Abstract and Concrete Nouns: T-Chart Member
Determine whether each word is a concrete or abstract noun. Then write the word in the correct noun column below.
Collective NounsCollective Nouns Member
A collective noun is a special type of
noun that names a group of people or things. (examples include: family, flock, team, crew) Underline the collective noun in each sentence.
Match each collective nouns on the left with the correct prepositional phrase on the right. (examples: bouquet of flowers; string of beads; fleet of ships; school of fish)
Singular & Plural NounsPlural Nouns (Adding -s and -es) Free
Add -s or -es to each word to make its plural form.Singular and Plural Nouns Member
Find the noun in each sentence and determine whether it is singular or plural.Game: Plural Noun Scoot! Member
In this fast-paced, whole-class game, students move around the classroom, writing the plural forms of nouns.More Singular and Plural Nouns Member
Find the nouns in each sentence and underline them. Above each noun, write S if the noun is singular or write P if the noun is plural.Irregular Plural Nouns Member
Some nouns don't follow the rules. Write the plural form of the irregular nouns to complete the sentences.
Mixed Noun SkillsNoun Review Member
Part 1: Tell whether or not each word is a noun. Part 2: Tell which nouns are singular and which are plural. Part 3: Circle the nouns in each sentence.
See Also:Possessive Nouns
Teach possessive nouns with the worksheets on this page. Includes basic singular possessives, as well as plural possessives.Adjective Worksheets
Lots of worksheets that you can use to help teach your students about adjectives. Includes finding adjectives in sentences, comparative and superlative adjectives, and more!Grammar Worksheets
All types of parts of speech and grammar worksheets.