A proper noun is a specific name for a person, place, animal, or thing. I have a detailed lesson for nouns accompanied by worksheets. Do check it. In this post, I will be sharing ‘proper noun example’ worksheets with you.
Have you ever wondered why our names, names of schools or hospitals or holidays or months of the year or days of the week begin with a capital letter?
For example, simi or Simi?
Shiv Nadar School or shiv nadar school?
Medanta Hospital or medanta hospital?
march or March?
saturday or Saturday?
holi or Holi?
All of the above refers to someone or something specific or particular so, they will begin with a capital letter.
The above anchor chart explains the difference between proper and common nouns. I will be sharing five proper noun example worksheets in this pack.
Before attempting this pack with your children, do try ‘Proper Nouns Pack1.’
A day is a common noun but Sunday refers to a particular day of the week and therefore is a proper noun. Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday always begin with a capital letter.
Write simple proper noun sentences about what you do on each of the days of the week.
In the above proper noun example worksheet, the children will trace and match the common noun with its proper noun.
Answer simple questions in this worksheet. Just remember that a proper noun begins with a capital letter. All the answers will begin with a capital letter.
The last worksheet is for rewriting the sentences correctly using basic punctuation.
-Sentences begin with a capital letter.
-A proper noun begins with a capital letter.
-Sentences end with a period (or question mark or exclamation mark)
Follow these rules to complete the above worksheet.
Her birthday is in June or July.
Miss Gupta is going to London.
This year, Deepawali will be celebrated in the month of October.
I enjoy playing with Barbie and Ken.
The city of Noida is in Uttar Pradesh.
Simi and I study at Pathways School.
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