The noun clauses part of the site currently has a limited selection of worksheets with a grand total of 10. In order to provide the best resources for ESL teachers, there are many different sections of the site but Busy Teacher still relies on contributions from its members so submit your worksheets related to noun clauses today and improve this section of the website. Other teachers will appreciate your hard work. This worksheet includes some sentences with noun clauses and has a lot of information on other types of clauses and sentence structures too. Honestly it includes a lot of information that you, rather than your students, may find useful but you could also use the sentences from the worksheet in some of your lessons. They would make very good example sentences. For more worksheets on clauses, consider browsing the general clauses page instead of the various subcategory pages and you may come across exactly what you were looking for.
In grammar, a noun phrase, nominal phrase, or nominal group (abbreviated NP) is a phrase based on a noun, pronoun, or other noun-like word (nominal) optionally accompanied by modifiers such as adjectives. Noun phrases normally consist of a head noun, which is optionally modified ("premodified" if the modifier appears before the noun; "postmodified" if the modifier follows the noun).