486 FREE Noun Worksheets

FREE Noun Worksheets

There are many different types of worksheets in this section on nouns. Teachers approach the topic in a variety of ways which has resulted in 486 noun worksheets being posted on this page. There are some subsections which may help you find what you are looking for more easily. Here is an example of one of the noun worksheets available. It is for complete beginners and, due to the fact that it relies on images, younger students. The worksheet is to help students practice forming plural nouns and contains both regular and irregular nouns. Other worksheets focus on countable and uncountable nouns, possessive forms, and other noun related topics. Take a look around to see what Busy Teacher can offer.
A noun is the name of a person, place, or thing; as one of the fundamental building blocks of English, your students will be learning a lot of them. When introducing new vocabulary use flashcards with clear images that indicate the meaning of the words, drill nouns with articles during pronunciation practice, and be sure to test individual pronunciation and comprehension before asking students to complete further activities. Students will have to learn the difference between countable and uncountable nouns, regular and irregular plural noun forms, and the possessive forms. While this may seem like an immense amount of material, you can and should break it down into sections that your students will find more manageable.

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GRAMMAR TIP:What Is A Noun?
In linguistics, a noun is a member of a large, open lexical category whose members can occur as the main word in the subject of a clause, the object of a verb, or the object of a preposition (or put more simply, a noun is a word used to name a person, animal, place, thing or abstract idea). Lexical categories are defined in terms of how their members combine with other kinds of expressions. The syntactic rules for nouns differ from language to language. In English, nouns may be defined as those words which can occur with articles and attributive adjectives and can function as the head of a noun phrase. In traditional English grammar, the noun is one of the eight parts of speech. Noun comes from the Latin nōmen "name", a translation of Ancient Greek ónoma.
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Family Tree Pictures

Family Tree Pictures

Donna Kovacs
This is a simple family tree with pictures of grandmother, grandfather son and two daughters and their respective wives, husbands and children. I use it to present family vocabulary and possessive ...
5 Views 10,819 BegElemPre-Int
Stop Game

Stop Game

Ronaldo Cardoso
Stop Game is a fun game for students of all ages! Your students have to select a letter to start and write the words of the six different categories (occupation, fruit, food, thing ...
7 Views 7,800 Elem
Back to School Plurals

Back to School Plurals

With this worksheet, students can practice writing plural nouns and learn words for common back-to-school objects. Students must look at the picture, and then select the correct form of the plural ...
5 Views 8,265 ElemInt
Person, Place, or Thing?

Person, Place, or Thing?

A noun can be a person, place, or thing. On this worksheet, students must read each word and determine whether it is a person, place, or thing. This is a simple multiple choice worksheet designed ...
2 Views 8,487 BegElemPre-Int
Movie Worksheet: Countable and Uncountable Nouns Game

Movie Worksheet: Countable and Uncountable Nouns Game

This is a worksheet that goes with a game I put together on YouTube on countable and uncountable nouns. The answers are included in the YouTube video. I designed it for elementary and pre-intermed ...
4 Views 10,294 ElemPre-Int
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First Semester YLE Level Exam (Cambride Flyers Level)

First Semester YLE Level Exam (Cambride Flyers Level)

Extensive exercises with comparatives and superlatives. It also contins "some" and "any" with questions, negatives and positives. There is some vocabulary related to autumn and places around town. ...
2 Views 7,800 Exam
Second Semester A2 Level Exam

Second Semester A2 Level Exam

This is an exam which includes exercises on sense verbs, countable and uncountable nouns, expressions with "have got", when to use "how much / many / a lot of / lots of / too and enough". It also ...
3 Views 6,805 Exam
Articles: A, An or The?

Articles: A, An or The?

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Straightforward exercise to practice the usage and recognition of singular countable nouns along with a, an or the. I have used this exercise a few times after teaching articles. Ask each stu ...
8 Views 22,008 ElemPre-IntInt
Possessive Case -'S

Possessive Case -'S

This is a PPT for teaching possessive -'s for beginners. I looked for a PPT that could explain all the aspects of the topic that I wanted to cover. It is very simple as my students are A1. Most o ...
4 Views 7,474 BegElem
Dr Seuss´s the Cat in the Hat

Dr Seuss´s the Cat in the Hat

ingles VIP
Starting from the trailer of "The Cat in the hat" we help students revise colours, body parts and animals. Let´s foster studets´creativity by asking them to design their own imaginary ...
6 Views 8,710 Beg
A Few/ a Little

A Few/ a Little

BusyTeacher Contributor
Easy, short gap fill worksheet to introduce quantifiers to ESL. While created for 5th grade, it could be used with a variety of grade levels as part of learning process for "there are, only, a ...
2 Views 4,677 Beg
Family and Possessives (Speaking and Writing)

Family and Possessives (Speaking and Writing)

Ida Caceres Vidal
This is a speaking and/or writing drilling exercise to review or consolidate family members vocabulary and the famous possessive 's which may cause so many problems to some students when they refe ...
1 Views 9,610 Int
Singular and Plural Agreement

Singular and Plural Agreement

As I have noticed that more and more of my French students neglect agreement in the plural and singular in English, I have created this worksheet to try and remedy it. Its topic is work and compan ...
1 Views 11,130 Pre-IntInt
Some, Any

Some, Any

Tugba
1) Look at the picture then complete the following sentences/questions with some or any.2) Turn the following sentences into the negative form. 3) Make questions about the underlined words. 4 ...
6 Views 8,043 Elem
Countable and Uncountable Nouns- Explanation and Activity

Countable and Uncountable Nouns- Explanation and Activity

Lynnea
A kid-friendly worksheet that explains what countable and uncountable nouns are. There are examples of what both countable and uncountable nouns. It then provides an activity to put their new know ...
6 Views 12,901 Pre-IntInt
Much, Many, a Lot Of

Much, Many, a Lot Of

Students practice using much, many, a lot of in sentences.
3 Views 9,685 Elem
Face Vocabulary

Face Vocabulary

Face words for your students to practise and revise. Students should match the words and the pictures with different crayons or just write the number next to the picture. Ask them to identify the ...
2 Views 8,630 BegElem
Movie Worksheet: Peppa Pig 'Fruit Day'

Movie Worksheet: Peppa Pig 'Fruit Day'

For kids who love Peppa Pig to revise fruit names and practise listening skills. Since certain names (e.g. gooseberry, blackberry, blueberry) might be troublesome, it is useful to remind them befo ...
8 Views 8,815 ElemPre-Int
What Are They Wearing? (for Spanish ESL)

What Are They Wearing? (for Spanish ESL)

Rachel Tattersall
This worksheet uses present progressive and clothing vocabulary. The communicative purpose is to describe what other people are wearing if students lose a friend or family member in an English spe ...
4 Views 7,678 Beg
Food

Food

This worksheet is appropriate for young learners. It's suitable for reviewing food related vocabulary items. And it's also useful for practicing simple present, count and non-count nouns ...
4 Views 10,554 BegElem
Movie Worksheet: Jamie Oliver's One Cup Pancake (A, An, Some & Any)

Movie Worksheet: Jamie Oliver's One Cup Pancake (A, An, Some & Any)

Afni Yusuff
A, an, some & any with Jamie Oliver's 1 cup pancake with answer key. 1. Task 1: Ss watch the video & fill in the blanks. 2. Task 2: Fill in the blanks with a, an, some, any. 3. Task 3: ...
10 Views 14,153 BegElemPre-IntInt
Animals

Animals

Vocabulary worksheet for beginners. The topic is divided into 4 parts: wild animals, domestic animals, sea animals and irregular plural form of some nouns. This logical division will help the begi ...
2 Views 7,897 BegElem
Look or Looks

Look or Looks

I designed this worksheet for younger students, they have to complete the sentences with "look" or "looks" depending if it is singular or plural, then they can color the images as they wish. I hop ...
3 Views 7,201 BegElem
My House and Furniture

My House and Furniture

This worksheet is for beginners (mostly children) who have started to learn the topic "My House and Furniture". Here you can find active vocabulary, useful phrases, some questions on this topic. A ...
2 Views 15,189 BegElem
Some or Any?

Some or Any?

This worksheet was made to help students grasp the basic difference between some and any. It contains some graphic explanation of the grammar and rules to be found by the students. A brief gap-fil ...
3 Views 6,216 Pre-IntInt

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