Noun Worksheets

Noun Worksheets

Noun Worksheets – What is a word and what is a sentence? In grammar we use both, but the more formal you are about grammar, the more likely you are to start a sentence with a preposition and to end with a verb, or an object. This makes sense, a sentence begins and ends with subject pronouns, pronouns that are of course definite, but definite in that they show definite agreement, if they don’t, they are not definite pronouns at all. In those cases, we add a ‘to’ to indicate movement.

You may also use pronouns to place where the action of the sentence takes place, and nouns to indicate the nature of the subject. What is a sentence? We could turn this around and ask, What is a sentence? If we use sentences of this type, we would be able to answer this question fairly easily, but for those who think that they don’t need to know the difference between noun and verb to write, they are really missing out on the most important part of writing.

Look at how easy it is to put together the words ‘I Love You’, ‘She Loves You’, ‘This I Love You’, ‘This She Loves You’. The difference between the other words, and the ones that make our minds go ‘ha ha’, is that they are action verbs and nouns. It’s not that people don’t know the difference between the two, but we think that if we don’t use them, it doesn’t matter, when it comes to communication, we just say what we mean. It does matter and the more you know the difference, the better your communication will be.

Free noun worksheets

Noun Worksheets
Noun Worksheets

These grammar worksheets help kids learn to recognize and use nouns.  A noun is a word for a person, place or thing.  Our nouns worksheets also cover plural nouns, common and proper nouns, possessive nouns, collective nouns and abstract nouns.

Grade 1 nouns worksheets

  • Identifying simple nouns as a person, place or thing
  • Identifying nouns in sentences
  • Completing sentences with nouns
  • Identifying plural nouns
  • Making nouns plural by adding “s” or “es”
  • Identifying common and proper nouns
  • Making nouns possessive by adding apostrophe plus s

Grade 2 nouns worksheets

  • Classifying nouns: person place or thing
  • Writing nouns in your own sentences
  • Capitalize common and proper nouns appropriately
  • Identify singular and plural nouns
  • Making nouns plural by adding “s” or “es”
  • Plural nouns: nouns ending in “y”
  • Plural nouns: nouns ending in a vowel plus y
  • Irregular plural nouns
  • Collective nouns

Grade 3 nouns worksheets

  • Completing sentences with nouns
  • Classifying nouns as a person, place or thing
  • Nouns as direct objects
  • Countable and uncountable nouns
  • Collective nouns
  • Regular plural nouns
  • Irregular nouns
  • Concrete and abstract nouns