A noun is a ‘naming word’. The names of things, persons, places, feelings are all classified under Noun. There are four types of Nouns named as Common Noun, Proper Noun, Collective Noun, Abstract Noun
Noun Worksheets For CBSE Class 1 in PDF Format
- Noun Worksheet for Class 1
- CBSE Class 1 Noun Worksheet
- Proper Noun Worksheet for Class 1
- Proper Noun Exercise for Class 1
- Noun for Class 1 Worksheet – English Grammar
- CBSE Class 1 Proper Noun Worksheet
- Proper Nouns Worksheet for CBSE Class 1
- Common Noun Worksheet for CBSE Class 1
Noun Practice Exercises for Class 1 English
Circle the noun or nouns in each sentence given below.
Example : We rented a cabin to stay the night
Answer : we, cabin, night
- My alarm went off loudly in the morning.
- I love the month of April because the flowers bloom.
- My body ached after I played three hours of basketball.
- We saw a deer run across the road!
- The forest had many beautiful trees and animals.
- We saluted the flag every morning in class.
- My parents went to vacation on an island.
- Next month will be my birthday.
- I opened my mail when I got home from school.
- The package at the door was heavy.
- My friends and I went swimming in the stream.
- We bought a turkey for Thanksgiving.
- The earth has always been round.
- I walked to the park with my friends.
- Do you know what we are doing next week?
Read the sentences below and circle all of the proper nouns. Then write them on the lines.
- Jerrod enjoyed his visit to the Pacic Ocean over the summer. __________________________________________________________
- Jason and Jenny brought their fishing poles to the pond after school. __________________________________________________________
- The group took a boat called Shiny Star out on a Sunday. __________________________________________________________
- I caught some bass at the mouth of the St. Lawrence River in New York. __________________________________________________________
- There were many boats out on Clear Lake in California on the beautiful day. __________________________________________________________
- My father likes to take me to the Tennessee River on Labor Day. __________________________________________________________
- On Sunday, we went to Fishing Gear Company to buy fishing poles and bait. __________________________________________________________
- The small pond in the Farming dale neighbourhood was full of fish in May. __________________________________________________________
- Mr. Johnson told my class about the Great Lakes as a great spot to visit. __________________________________________________________
- He learned to sh when he was on a Boy Scouts trip in Idaho. __________________________________________________________
Read the sentences below and highlight all of the common nouns that you find.The number at the end of the sentence shows you how many common nouns you should find.
- I loved staying at your house this week. (2)
- I am lucky to spend time with my friend! (2)
- We saw one alligator in the pond. (2)
- I enjoyed going to the park to play on the playground. (2)
- We ate good food all week, too. (2)
- In the future, I hope we can visit the aquarium to see the fish. (3)
- I hope you had a great time. (1)
- Please come visit my house soon. (1)
Underline nouns in the given sentences.
- I live in Indore city.
- My cat can climb the curtains.
- Spiders have eight legs.
- My mother cooked the dinner.
- Sumit wears clean clothes.
- I have a new bag.
A Noun is a word used as the name of a person, place or thing (anything that we can think of).
Kinds of Noun
1. Common Noun: A common noun is a noun referring to a person, place, or thing in a general sense. Common here means ‘shared by all.’
∑ The class is studying grammar.
∑ The nearest town is 60 miles away. ∑ She is a good girl.
2. Proper Noun: A proper noun represents the name of a specific person, place, or thing. Proper nouns are always written with a capital letter at the beginning.
∑ Jawaharlal Nehru was the first prime minister of India. ∑ India is a democratic country.
∑ Hari is a good boy.
3. Collective Noun: A collective noun is the name of a number of persons or things taken together and considered as one unit, as;
∑ The flock of geese spends most of its time in the pasture. ∑ The police dispersed the crowd.
∑ I saw a fleet of ships in the harbour.
4. Abstract noun: An abstract noun is a noun which names quality, action, virtue or state, which one cannot perceive through one’s five physical senses.
∑ We all love honesty.
∑ Cleanliness is next to godliness.
∑ I love to remember the happy days of childhood.