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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 448 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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Food (Much, Many, Not Much, Not Many, a Lot)

Food (Much, Many, Not Much, Not Many, a Lot)

This worksheet is aimed at elementary and beginner students. It can help students to learn some new words about the topic food. Here you can find some activities, such as: match the Russian words ...
1 Complete BeginnerElementary
Food Cartoon Jokes

Food Cartoon Jokes

This worksheet can be used as a warmer at the beginning of a lesson focusing on food (and/or un/countable nouns). In pairs or individually, students match the six sentences with the six pictures t ...
7 Pre-IntermediateIntermediateUpper Intermediate and Advanced
Its or It's? (2)

Its or It's? (2)

It’s is a contraction for it is or it has: It’s my bedtime. Its indicates possessive: The choir is proud of its performance. Students are asked to write it’s or its to complete t ...
6 Elementary
Its or It's?

Its or It's?

It’s is a contraction for it is or it has: It’s my bedtime. Its indicates possessive: The choir is proud of its performance. Students are asked to write it’s or its to complete t ...
7 Elementary
Figure out Parts of Speech

Figure out Parts of Speech

The activity (which is basically just one slide) is aimed at helping your students to figure out parts of speech in the text. The words in red are non-existent, thus you can use this activity even ...
2 Pre-IntermediateIntermediateUpper Intermediate and Advanced
Lion and Zebra

Lion and Zebra

This is a craft worksheet for preschool and kindergarden. It aims at teaching two animals belonging to the wilderness. In this craft you can either color the lion's mane and the zebra's stripes or ...
4 Complete Beginner
Have and Has Got Are Simply Explained Plus Some Exercises

Have and Has Got Are Simply Explained Plus Some Exercises

Nina
I made this worksheet for my Thai elementary students. They are always confused about have got/ has got and how to use them in a sentence. It is pure grammar and I explained affirmative, negative, ...
3 Complete BeginnerElementary
How Many, Tere Is / There Are

How Many, Tere Is / There Are

This power-point presentation is appropriate for teaching and practicing question formation with "How many", "There is and there are", and also it is helpful for reviewing school supplies related ...
6 Complete BeginnerElementary
Countable Nouns (Easy Explanation + Exercises PPT)

Countable Nouns (Easy Explanation + Exercises PPT)

This is a powerpoint presentation which provides easy and clear explanation of countable and uncountable nouns. In the end, there are interactive exercises. I am sure this activity will clear out ...
8 Elementary
Demonstrative Pronouns

Demonstrative Pronouns

This is a worksheet to practice demonstrative pronouns. Students look at the picture and, considering the distance between the objects and the girl, write sentences using this, that, these, those. ...
5 Complete BeginnerElementary
Collective Nouns Memory Cards

Collective Nouns Memory Cards

Memory game to help students remember collective nouns such as 'stack of plates', 'pack of gum', 'flock of birds' and so on. The cards are pictures only, therefore you should teach the collective ...
4 Pre-IntermediateIntermediate
Wordsearch- Plural Nouns

Wordsearch- Plural Nouns

Vânia
This is a simple wordsearch about the plural of nouns, it is very easy and helpful, besides you can use it at the beginning or in the end of class. There some nouns in singular and your students ...
4 Elementary
Balloon Volleyball

Balloon Volleyball

Balloon volleyball game for elementary students. Consists of a basic description of the game plus some variations and suggestions. The basic game is just to play volleyball with a balloon, and say ...
4 Complete BeginnerElementaryPre-Intermediate
Countable and Uncountable Nouns

Countable and Uncountable Nouns

Benjamin Chapman
A fun ESL grammar exercise worksheet with pictures (food and drinks) for kids to study and practise countable and uncountable nouns. Write C for countable nouns and U for uncountable nouns. Useful ...
9 Complete BeginnerElementary
The Plurals: Rules of Formation

The Plurals: Rules of Formation

MarinaTheTeacher
This worksheet is suitable for both children and adults. It contains the explanation of singular and plural forms of a noun, the rules of formation of plurals, irregular plurals and two exercises. ...
9 ElementaryPre-Intermediate

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