Noun Questions for Kids

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.

Download Noun Questions for Kids

    1. 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. _______

    1. Select the option which identifies the noun in the sentence:

i. Raghav is going for a walk.

(a). Raghav

(b). Going

(c). For

ii. Shraddha is a brilliant student.

(a). Brilliant

(b). Is

(c). Student

iii. This garden is full of beautiful flowers.

(a). This

(b). Beautiful

(c). Garden

iv. James, have you met your new colleague?

(a). Met

(b). Colleague

(c). New

v. Look at the colourful rainbow.

(a). At

(b). Rainbow

(c). Colourful

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)

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