Collective Noun Worksheets To Print:
Herds of Collectives
- Is it a group, herd, convoy, pride, or flock? Circle the word that best fits each sentence.
Eating Nouns - This
is a really interesting sheet to do with students. We focus on words that we commonly take for granted.
Helping Anna Identify
- Underline the target word in each sentence. You may need to read these several times.
Gracie's Nouns -
She sure does have a lot to say for a little girl. This is a long form paragraph for you to analyze.
- Which one fits each situation the best? Circle the answer that correctly completes the following sentences.
- Color the circle red if the sentence contains one of these prized noun. You can just leave it blank or empty, if it does not.
- Unscramble the nouns in the parenthesis and write the unscrambled
word on the line. If you need a hint, just read the sentence and use the context to help you.
- These are things that you will see every single day! If you live on a farm. There are no hints available outside of using the sentence to frame your thoughts.
Full - Cut and paste the correct collective noun by the words
in the school. This offers you a fun and engaging backdrop for students.
It ! - Cut and paste the animal by the correct picture to match the words. This is an image based activity.
- If the sentence contains a collective noun, write "CN" in the
circle and underline the collective noun.
Circus - More complete the sentences activities here. For an extra helping of practice.
Out - Break apart a whole passages and do a few identifications. It's more like a Baker's dozen or so.