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Identify Nouns in Sentences

In this worksheet, students practise identifying nouns in sentences.

'Identify Nouns in Sentences' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:  Writing: Vocabulary, Grammar and Punctuation

Curriculum subtopic:  Grammar Awareness

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

A noun is a naming word. It can be the name of a person, a place or an object.

 


baby

 


house

 


bus

 

In this worksheet you can practise spotting nouns in sentences.

Read the sentence and decide which word is a noun (naming word).

 

The dog barked.

The

dog

barked

Read the sentence and decide which word is a noun (naming word).

 

The boy ran away.

boy

away

ran

Read the sentence and decide which word is a noun (naming word).

 

The church is very old.

church

is

old

This time, decide which word is a noun and write it in the answer box.

 

The red car drove away.

Decide which word is a noun and write it in the answer box.

 

The bus broke down.

This time, decide which word is a noun and write it in the answer box.

 

The old man went to sleep.

This sentence has two nouns in it. Tick them.

 

The cat chased after the mouse.

cat

chased

mouse

the

after

This sentence has two nouns in it. Tick them.

 

The cinema is next to the library.

the

next

cinema

to

library

This sentence has three nouns in it. Tick them.

 

The girl put on her coat and hat and went outside.

girl

her

and

coat

put

hat

This sentence has three nouns in it. Tick them.

 

The train left the station and puffed through the village.

puffed

village

train

through

and

station

  • Question 1

Read the sentence and decide which word is a noun (naming word).

 

The dog barked.

CORRECT ANSWER
dog
  • Question 2

Read the sentence and decide which word is a noun (naming word).

 

The boy ran away.

CORRECT ANSWER
boy
  • Question 3

Read the sentence and decide which word is a noun (naming word).

 

The church is very old.

CORRECT ANSWER
church
  • Question 4

This time, decide which word is a noun and write it in the answer box.

 

The red car drove away.

CORRECT ANSWER
car
  • Question 5

Decide which word is a noun and write it in the answer box.

 

The bus broke down.

CORRECT ANSWER
bus
  • Question 6

This time, decide which word is a noun and write it in the answer box.

 

The old man went to sleep.

CORRECT ANSWER
man
  • Question 7

This sentence has two nouns in it. Tick them.

 

The cat chased after the mouse.

CORRECT ANSWER
cat
mouse
  • Question 8

This sentence has two nouns in it. Tick them.

 

The cinema is next to the library.

CORRECT ANSWER
cinema
library
  • Question 9

This sentence has three nouns in it. Tick them.

 

The girl put on her coat and hat and went outside.

CORRECT ANSWER
girl
coat
hat
  • Question 10

This sentence has three nouns in it. Tick them.

 

The train left the station and puffed through the village.

CORRECT ANSWER
village
train
station
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