Every parent wants their kids to be fluent in the English language. To do so, it is essential to be good at its grammar. A kid’s journey of learning grammar begins with learning the eight parts of speech. The parts of speech dictate how a word functions in meaning as well as grammatically within any sentence. Among the eight, the noun is the first part of the speech taught to kids.
The noun is the name of a place, person, animal, or thing. It names everything from a person, place, thing to a quality, feeling, or animal. It may also refer to any activity. In a sentence, a noun can play the role of subject, direct object, indirect object, subject complement, object complement, appositive, or adjective. There are several different types of nouns. A noun can be a common or generic noun, proper noun, Abstract noun, or Collective noun.
The ‘Identifying Noun Worksheets’ consist of several exercises for students to identify nouns. In the following exercises, children have to identify the nouns given in the sheets in form of the images. They have to choose the correct noun, fill in the blanks, and color the correct box. For example; In the first one the image is that of a tree, hence students have to color the box adjacent to the word tree and fill up the blank space. Ask your student to write his name, section, date, and the teacher’s name before starting the task.
The worksheet has five different sheets. You can download and print these and distribute them among the class of students. Assign it as homework or use these in class.
The worksheets aim to help children understand nouns in a manner that is effective and easy. By identifying the nouns from their images they can build upon the definition of a noun thus being able to easily understand them better. It makes for an easy exercise to get students familiar with the definition while providing plenty of practice. Download the worksheet and introduce it to your student’s curriculum or if you are home-schooling your kid, you can make use of it in your home-schooling sessions.
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