NOUNS WORKSHEETS

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Nouns and the Alphabet

Students will learn about nouns and the letter they begin with. There is also a little bit of printing practice and a little bit of coloring fun thrown in!

 

A is for Apple

Students will learn that the noun Apple begins with the letter A, and practice writing the letters A and a. They can also color the apple!

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Ball and the Letter BB is for Ball

Ball begins with the letter B. Students will learn about the beginning sound of this noun.

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C is for Cat

Cat begins with the letter C. Youngsters will learn about the beginning sound for this noun, how to write the letter c in both forms, and can also have a little bit of coloring time.

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D is for Dog

Dog begins with the letter D. Students will learn that the noun Dog begins with the letter D, and practice writing the letter d.

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E is for Eagle

Eagle begins with the letter E. Students will learn about the beginning sounds of this noun.

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F is for Flower

Your student will learn about the beginning sound for the noun flower, how to write the letter f, and can also have some coloring time.

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G is for Grapes

Students will learn that Grapes begins with the letter G or g, and practice writing those letters.

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H is for Hat

Hat begins with the letter H. Youngsters will learn about the beginning sound for this noun, how to write both forms of the letter H, and can also have a little coloring practice .

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I is for Igloo

Children will learn that Igloo begins with the letter I and they will have some printing practice too.

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J is for Jar

Youngsters will learn about the beginning sound for the noun, how to write both forms of the letter J, and can also have some coloring time.

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K is for Kite

Your pupils will learn that kite begins with the letter K and sound which this letter produces.

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L is for Lamp

Lamp begins with the letter L. Students will learn about the beginning sound of this noun.

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M is for Monkey

Students will learn that Monkey begins with the letter m, and practice writing the letters M and m.

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N is for Nest

Nest begins with the letter N. Students will learn about the beginning sound of this noun.

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O is for Owl

Owl begins with the letter O. Children will learn the sound of the letter O in one of it’s many forms.

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P is for Pie

Pie begins with the letter P and students will learn that the noun pie can begin with either an uppercase P or lowercase p.

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Q is for Queen

Queen begins with the letter Q. Students will learn about the beginning sound for this noun and how to write both forms of the letter Q.

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R is for Rainbow

Rainbow begins with the letter R. Youngsters will learn about the beginning sound for the noun, how to write both forms of the letter R.

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S is for Snake

Students will learn that Snake begins with the letter S, and practice writing the letters S and s.

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T is for Tree

Tree begins with the letter T and students will learn that this noun can begin with either an uppercase T or lowercase t.

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U is for Umbrella

Umbrella begins with the letter U. Youngsters will learn about the beginning sound for this noun, how to write the letter U in both forms, and can also have a little bit of coloring time.

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V is for Vase

Vase begins with the letter V. Students will learn about the beginning sound for this noun,how to write both forms of the letter V and can also have some fun coloring.

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W is for Wagon

Wagon begins with the letter W and students will learn that this noun can begin with either an uppercase W or lowercase w.

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X is for Xylophone

Xylophone begins with the letter X. Students will learn about the beginning sound for this noun, practice writing both forms of the letter.

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Y is for Yarn

Students will learn that Yarn begins with the letter Y, and practice writing the letters Y and y..

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Z is for Zebra

Students will learn that Zebra begins with the letter Z, and practice writing the letters Z and z. 

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circle-the-nounsCircle the Nouns

Little authors need to be able to identify a noun.This worksheet will help them learn tospot any noun in town.

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nouns-and-verbsNouns and Verbs

Students will learn the difference between nouns and verbs, and be able to identify both kinds of words in a sentence.

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find_the_nounsFun in the Park: Find the Nouns

Your student will be asked to find the nouns in each sentence in this colorful worksheet.

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