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Printable Noun Worksheets

This multitude of worksheets on nouns compiled for kindergarten through grade 3 children are inarguably the best in imparting a thorough knowledge of nouns. Aligned to the CCSS ELA standards, the engaging worksheets comprise skills like identifying basic nouns, sorting them as people, places, animals and things, classifying nouns as proper, common and abstract, capitalizing proper nouns, learning collective nouns, making possessive and plural nouns and a lot more.


Underline the Nouns

Figure out the nouns in the given sentences and underline them. This set of grammar worksheets for kids of kindergarten and grade 1 comprises the definition of nouns and examples too.

People, Places, Animals or Things? | Classification of Nouns

Try this batch of interesting worksheets featuring visually appealing images. Classify the nouns as people, places, animals or things and write or glue them in the appropriate columns.

Write the Nouns | Rebus Story

The rebus stories comprise a puzzle device that uses illustrated pictures to depict nouns. Decipher the nouns in each story and write them in the space provided.

Proper and Common NounsCCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.1.1.B & L.2.2.A

Common and Proper Nouns

Familiarize kids with the two basic types of nouns using definitions and examples. A proper noun is signaled by a capital letter, use this simple trick, underline the proper nouns and circle the common nouns.

Capitalize the Proper Nouns

Proper nouns are always capitalized, no matter where they fall in a sentence. Train kids to look for the names of days, months, particular people, places and rewrite the sentences capitalizing the proper nouns.

Abstract NounsCCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.3.1.C

Underline the Abstract Nouns

Abstract nouns name things that can't be seen, heard, tasted, smelled, or touched. They are derived by adding a suffix or by altering the root word. Underline and highlight the abstract nouns in each sentence.

Common, Proper or Abstract Nouns?

Analyze each sentence and learn to differentiate between the three types of nouns. Point out common, proper and abstract nouns, classify and tabulate them to complete the worksheets.

Collective NounsCCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.2.1.A

Collective Nouns | Charts

Group words or collective nouns refer to groups of people, animals or things. This attractive compilation of collective noun charts comprises many such frequently used collective nouns for kids of grade 2.

Charts: People, Animals, Things

Collective Nouns | Matching

There are special group words for particular combinations of people, animals and things. Take up this challenge to see how many group words you can match with the correct nouns.

Identify the Collective Nouns

Recapitulate collective nouns with this bundle of elementary school worksheets. Can you identify the collective nouns in each of the sentences and underline them to complete the worksheets?

Possessive NounsCCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.1.1.B & L.2.2.C

Possessive Nouns

Learn how to form nouns that show possession with this series of possessive nouns worksheets. Add an apostrophe +s to a singular noun and if the noun is plural, or ends in s, just add an apostrophe after the s.

Singular and Plural NounsCCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.K.1.C, L.1.1.C, L.2.1.B, L.3.1.B

How to make Plurals | Rules - Charts

Listed in these charts are rules to make plurals. Learn when to add -s or -es to convert a singular noun to a plural noun with examples. Also, included here is a chart with frequently used irregular plurals.

Charts: Rules Chart, Rules Chart - With Examples, Irregular Plural Nouns

Write the Plural forms of Nouns

Observe the spelling of the singular nouns, figure out which rule to apply and make plurals by adhering to the conventions. Find a few irregular plurals as well.

Rewrite the sentence with the correct plural noun

Reiterate the process of making plurals and learn how modifying the noun number changes the other parts of the sentence and comprehend noun-verb agreement in the process.