Are you working on identifying nouns with your kids? Finding simple and easy and free nouns worksheets for my kids was a bit difficult. I wanted something that would be minimal prep on my part and something that could be a bit hands-on for them. Today I am sharing with you my free Identifying Nouns Worksheets for Kids.
Free Identifying Nouns Worksheets for Kids
This is our first year of focusing on memory work and my kids are thriving with our choice. Every morning they sing facts songs for different subjects. I recently found myself singing the Nouns Song and decided that I should expand on their knowledge.
Identifying Noun Books to Check Out from Your Local Library
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If you are lucky enough to have a library in your town, be sure to check out as many of these books as you can or simply ask your librarian for suggestions.
A Mink, a Fink, a Skating Rink: What is a Noun? (Words Are Categorical)If You Were a Noun (Word Fun)Nouns and Verbs Have a Field DayA Lime, a Mime, a Pool of Slime: More about Nouns (Words Are CATegorical ®)Merry-Go-Round: A Book About Nouns (Explore!)My Book of Simple Sentences: Learning about Nouns and Verbs (Kumon Workbooks)Farmers, Firefighters, and Teachers: They Are Nouns! (Read, Sing, Learn: Songs about the Parts of Speech)An Ambush of Tigers: A Wild Gathering of Collective Nouns (Millbrook Picture Books)
Preparing the Free Nouns Worksheets
Preparing these worksheets are very simple and quick. All you have to do is print and hand them to your kids.
Want to reuse the nouns worksheets? Simply invest in some sheet protectors so you can have them identify the nouns with either dry erase markers or dry erase crayons.
Using the Free Identifying Nouns Worksheets
There are 3 different levels included in this free nouns worksheet set. Your kids can either work on identifying nouns in :
- mini story
Caleb was able to complete the first level easily. On the other hand, level two (nouns in a sentence) was a bit more challenging for him. I had to remind him to sing the Nouns Song whenever he got stuck.
At the same time Jael, my 6 year old was able to handle all 3 levels comfortably with minimal prompting.
I suggest that you start with level 1 and then allow your kids to work their way up.