Countable and Uncountable Noun Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: L.1.1.B

Core Standard

We all know that nouns identify people, places, and things. Some nouns we can count up because there are multiples of them. These are called countable nouns. An example might by children. We use the plural form of the words to identify these entities. You can count how many children are present at any location. There are some things that do not seem to have a definite shape that makes them impossible to count. These are called uncountable nouns. These words are commonly used to refer to concepts or substances. You also classify human emotions to this as well. Things such as advice, news, art, and milk are found in this word category. The worksheet series set on this page will help students learn the proper use of nouns and how to vocalize and write them.









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