Proper Noun Worksheets To Print:
Missing CAPS - Analyze the sentences for missing capital letters. Underline them with a total of three lines.
That's So Common - There too many possible answers to list here. This is actually a pretty fun worksheet.
Where My CAPS At? - This is a really fun brain storming activity for students, the end I'm talking about. Just give them a theme.
Recognizing Them - You are given sentences and asked to find both the common and proper forms of people, places, or things.
How Would You Classify It? - Read each sentence. Write the nouns in the correct columns. We look at the specific function of different parts of speech that relate to each sentence.
Too Specific? - Talk with your classmates to find the answer to each question. Be sure to capitalize your answers correctly.
Where is it At? - Read each sentence. Show which words need to be capitalized by underlining them.
Color Me Red... - Color the balloon red if the noun needs a capital letter. They ask you to go with red, but it is your choice.
Proper or Not? - Read the words in the Word Bank. Sort them into the correct categories.
Where Do They Stand? - Label each noun as common or proper. Then use it in a sentence, capitalizing the proper nouns correctly.
Sentence Me... - Write a correct form for each concrete noun below. You can be as creative as you would like here.
Put In The Subs - Read each sentence. Then rewrite it, substituting a proper for the common form found in italics.
Do You Know Your Disney Movies? - Replace each common noun with a proper noun - a character from a Disney movie. Be sure to capitalize correctly where it is needed.
You're Too Picky! - Choose the proper noun from each pair and use it in a sentence. Capitalize it correctly.