Determiners and Quantifiers Worksheets
The choice of an appropriate determiner to precede and modify a noun or a noun phrase can be quite challenging, especially when it is about understanding the distinction between count and non-count nouns. Our determiners and quantifiers worksheets for grade 1 through grade 5 will put an end to all such concerns by detailing distributive, possessive, demonstrative and predeterminers with explanations, examples and practice exercises. Our printable worksheets provide practice with cardinals, ordinals and more. Our printable worksheets provide practice with cardinals, ordinals and more. Get hold of some of them for free!
Let children of elementary school practice the possessives; my, her, your, their, or its, well enough to identify and use them without difficulty using this printable identify the possessive determiners worksheet.
Since the essential function of a determiner is to identify the noun, this exercise pdf will effectively help kids to underline the determiner and the noun that it modifies, in sentences.
What better way to introduce our young grammarians of grade 2, grade 3 and grade 4 to the words we call determiners, and their types like interrogatives, possessives, articles, other than this useful chart pdf?
The four demonstrative determiners in English grammar require a focused practice to distinguish the near from the far and the singular from the plural, for 1st grade and 2nd grade students to eliminate confusion and misuse.
Provide a good practice to children of 4th grade and 5th grade, in specifying the amount of something by using appropriate quantifiers that answer the question "how much" or "how many" with this pdf worksheet.
Children will get a fair idea of the meaning and usage of commonly used determiners like; a little, a few, many, plenty of, etc. with this fill in the blank exercise worksheet.
Learn to differentiate between the two quantifiers with this printable worksheet that provides a clear distinction between "a few" and "a little" using multiple examples of countable and uncountable nouns.
How do you tell if you must use the determiner few, several, a couple of, some or many when quantifying countable nouns? Grade 5 students rewrite sentences using quantifiers in this pdf.
Understanding the context, our elementary school learners learn to choose and use one of the appropriate determiners; this, their, second, another, or a couple of, etc. provided in the word box, in sentences.
Make use of this exercise to provide kids with a great opportunity to eliminate any ambiguity in the appropriate use of numerals as determiners, with this interesting worksheetpdf for 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and 4th grade children.
Know more about the words that appear before determiners as the name suggests, and modify the noun phrase. The exercise focuses on understanding the role and usage of predeterminers in sentences.
Learn to use the words; each, every, both, half, either or neither as distributive determiners to clarify information about nouns, in contrast to these words used as pronouns, with this printable worksheet.