Common nouns name people, places, animals, and things that are not specific. They are not the actual NAMES of people, places, animals, or things.
For example, ‘jam’ is a common noun, but the name of the jam, ‘Nestle’ is not a common noun because it names a particular brand of jam.
In the same way, ‘railways’ is a common noun, but ‘Indian Railways’ is not a common noun because it names a specific or particular railway.
Colors is a common noun but ‘Staedtler’ names a particular brand of colors and therefore not a common noun.
City is a common noun but ‘New York’ is not a common noun because it names a specific city. When we name something specific, it is a proper noun.
In this post, I will be sharing Pack 2 of common nouns with you. This ‘nouns worksheet’ is ideal for practicing common nouns.
For Pack 1 of nouns worksheet, go here.
The next nouns worksheet is the picture sort worksheet to sort the nouns. Cut the pictures and paste them in the person, place, animal, or thing box.
In the above nouns worksheet, color the person, place, animal, and thing as mentioned in the worksheet.
In the next of these nouns worksheets, see the picture and color the person, place, animal or thing.
The next is an interesting cut and paste word sort worksheet where you have to cut the word tiles and sort them among the person, place, animal, and thing, I have used simple short vowel words that are easy to read.
The above is an interesting riddles worksheet for our little learners. Read the riddle and use the right word from the box to solve it.
Circle the nouns and complete the sentences in the above nouns worksheet. Find the person, place, animal, and thing words in the box and circle them. You can also color them. Now, use those words to complete the sentences.
Read the words in the box and sort them out based on the number of legs. You can try Pack 3 of Common Nouns after attempting this pack.
This nouns worksheet pack is a subscriber freebie.
For more resources on nouns, check this space. I hope you find this resource useful.