English comprises 8 parts of speech and “Noun” is the very first part of speech we learn about as kids. A noun is a word that identifies or names a person, place, thing or idea. Nouns are of several types- Common nouns, Proper nouns, Concrete nouns, Abstract nouns, Collective nouns, Countable and Uncountable nouns. For kids, it is important to be able to identify which part of a sentence is a noun. Kids learning comprises extensive mental, physical and social transition. Parents need to be very attentive to their kids during this phase.
You can find below a set of noun questions for kids to solve. The questions below also include multiple-choice questions on nouns with answers.
- Identify the noun in the following sentences and write it in the blank provided next to the sentence:
i. Birds are flying. _______
ii. I have an umbrella. _______
iii. This flower is red. _______
iv. Amish is tall. _______
v. Close the window. _______
- Select the option which identifies the noun in the sentence:
i. Raghav is going for a walk.
ii. Shraddha is a brilliant student.
iii. This garden is full of beautiful flowers.
iv. James, have you met your new colleague?
v. Look at the colourful rainbow.
Above were a few questions on identification of Nouns in a sentence. Solving these questions will build confidence in your kid. Also, it will boost-up his/her grammatical skills.
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|Ans 1.||i. Birds||ii. Umbrella||iii. Flower||iv. Amish||v. Window|
|Ans 2.||i. (a)||ii. (c)||iii. (c)||iv. (b)||v. (b)|