Proper Noun Worksheets

Learn about this grammatical construction that indicates ownership by taking an apostrophe, an "s" or sometimes both at the end, to make it a Possessive. Our worksheet on possessive nouns explains this class of nouns with a detailed definition and an example. But what explains concepts better than a good practice exercise? Our young learners will love working through this worksheet that requires them to complete the sentence by choosing the correct form of the possessive noun from the given options.

The pdf worksheets are tailor made for children of Kindergarten, Grade 1, Grade 2 and Grade 3.

CCSS – L.1.1.B, L.1.2.A

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Proper Nouns in Sentences

Take a good practice in recognizing names of people, places, things, mountains, rivers and a lot more with this proper noun worksheet.

Proper Nouns

Sorting Proper and Common Nouns

Put your child's comprehension of proper and common nouns to test or review, as they first identify the nouns and then classify them.

Sorting Proper and Common Nouns

Identifying Proper and Common Nouns in Sentences

First grade children will no longer find it difficult to tell a proper noun from a common noun with this exercise of identifying the underlined nouns.

Identifying Proper and Common Nouns

Capitalizing Proper Nouns

Get started with this very useful and effective free proper noun worksheet to recap the rules of capitalization for children of grade 1 and grade 2.

Capitalizing Proper Nouns