Nouns Worksheets

This resource contains two worksheets with answers on common nouns and collective nouns. They are sample worksheets taken from a set of 22 worksheets on all the different types of noun - common, proper, abstract, collective and compound nouns.

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Nouns - Set of 22 Differentiated Worksheets

This resource includes a set of 22 differentiated worksheets on nouns. Tasks include identifying and using all the types of noun at word, sentence and text level. These resources would be particularly useful for SATS revision and are suitable for primary aged pupils and for older SEN students who will benefit from the visual nature of the PowerPoint.

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Nouns - 100 Slide PowerPoint Lesson

This is a fully editable and interactive 100 slide PowerPoint lesson on nouns. All the different types of nouns are explained and examples given.

The PowerPoint contains three activities to reinforce and consolidate the pupils’ understanding of nouns.

An interactive sorting activity that requires sorting different types of nouns into the appropriate category.

A timed interactive noun challenge where pupils have to think of nouns in all categories beginning with a certain letter. A worksheet is provided for this on the PowerPoint.

Pupils have to identify all the nouns in the poem ‘Daffodils’ by William Wordsworth. A worksheet is also provided for this.

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Nouns - PowerPoint Lesson and Worksheets

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Created: Apr 11, 2017

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