Noun Worksheets

Nouns are the part of speech that names a person, place or thing. The free worksheets below feature different types of nouns and their usage. To see them individually or to download the PDF, click on the worksheet title. All printable noun worksheets are free to duplicate for home or classroom use. Need a noun refresher? Here are some helpful articles on the different types of nouns.

Capitalize Proper Nouns

capitalize-proper-nouns

Capitalize the proper nouns from the story.

Common and Proper Nouns

common-proper-nouns

Write Common or Proper on the line next to each noun. Then, write three of each.

Identifying Nouns

Identifying_Nouns

Read the story. Circle all the nouns. Write them on the lines below the story.

Nouns

nouns

Circle the nouns and cross out words that are not nouns.

Nouns Review 1

Noun-Review-1

Tell whether each noun is common or proper. Write the plural of each word.

Replace with Proper Nouns

Proper Noun Worksheet Activity - Replace with Proper Nouns

Make the story more interesting by replacing the common nouns with proper

S or ES: Plural Noun Worksheet

Kindergarten Plural Noun Worksheet Activity - S or ES

In this kindergarten worksheet, your student will write the plural form of words.

Singular and Plural Nouns

singular-plural-nouns

If the noun is singular, write the plural form. If the noun is plural, write the singular form.

Abstract and Concrete Nouns

abstract nouns worksheet

Underline the concrete nouns and circle the abstract nouns.

Collective Nouns: Animal Match

Collective Noun Worksheets - Animal Match

This worksheet challenges your student to select the correct collective nouns for animals.

Find the Collective Noun

Collective Noun Worksheets - Find the Collective Noun

Your student will identify the collective noun in this worksheet.

Guess a Noun

Guess_a_Noun

Use the descriptions to guess which noun he is describing

Irregular Plural Nouns

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Write the irregular plural form of each noun.

Missing Nouns

Missing_Nouns

Read the story. Write an appropriate noun onto each blank line to complete the story