Countable and Uncountable Nouns: Worksheets, Definition, and Examples
Welcome to our countable and uncountable noun worksheets section! Countable nouns are nouns that can be counted, such as “rock” or “banana.” They are generally singular or plural and can be quantified with numbers. For example, we can say “four rocks” or “five bananas.” On the other hand, non-countable nouns cannot be counted in the same way. They are often used to refer to things that are abstract or unquantifiable, such as “wind” or “information.” We can’t say “one wind” or “two informations.”
In the worksheets that follow, students will practice identifying countable and non-countable nouns in a variety of contexts.
Countable and Uncountable Nouns Worksheets
Students identify the uncountable nouns in the list of ingredients, finish sentences, and circle the correct form.
In this sort activity, students look at the list of ingredients and write the countable and uncountable ingredients in the right column.
Students read the list of words and place them in the right category.
Students finish each of the sentences by adding the right form of the uncountable noun.
Students finish the sentence by adding the correct countable or uncountable noun.
Review the items and circle the countable nouns.
In this fun scavenger hunt activity, students identify items and write them in the right columns.
Students sort the countable and uncountable nouns, finish the sentences and then circle the correct form of noun.
List a countable noun and the number of items, circle the countable noun in the sentence and list of activities.
Students circle the countable nouns in each of the sentences.
Review the list of items and circle all the uncountable nouns.