English Grammar Class 1 Worksheet with Answers

English Grammar Class 1 Worksheet with Answers aims to make children aged from 6 to 7 years, learning English Grammar enjoyable. This class 1 English grammar book instills confidence in both spoken and written English. 

The CBSE class 1 English Grammar worksheets with answers are prepared to give the easy opportunity to not only class 1 students of CBSE, but ICSE, or any other State Boards also as the first step of learning English Grammar and Practicing them with this free class 1 English worksheet.

Topics And Syllabus English Grammar Class 1

According to the NEP 2020 and NCERT English Textbook, the following topics are Included as the first step of learning English Grammar for class 1 students that have been taken up by CBSE, ICSE, and other State Boards. Those English Grammatical topics are also added to NCERT Textbook in English for Class 1, Marigold Book I.

1. Letters and Alphabet

2. Nouns

3. Types of Nouns

4. Singular and Plural

5. Is, Are, and Am

6. Verbs

7. Adjectives

8. This, That, These, Those

9. Articles

10. Pronouns

11. Punctuation

12. Story Time

This learning process with English Grammar Class 1 Worksheet adds an element of fun and will draw the students of Class 1 to learn Grammar Easily.

Lesson-wise English Grammar Class 1 Worksheet with Answers

Lesson 1: Letters and AlphabetLesson 7: Adjectives
Lesson 2: NounsLesson 8: This, That, These,
Lesson 3: Types of NounsLesson 9: Articles
Lesson 4: Singular and PluralLesson 10: Pronouns
Lesson 5: Is, Are, and AmLesson 11: Punctuation
Lesson 6: VerbsLesson 12: Revision Lesson

English Grammar Class 1 Topic Highlights

The following English Grammar Class 1 Topic will highlight the main points to learn and provides some example and explanations.

Lesson1: Letters and Alphabet

In the English language, There are 26 (twenty-six) letters. They are called Alphabet. Those letters are divided into two categories in form. They are Capital Letters and Small Letters.

Capital Letters: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Small Letters: a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z

Among 26 letters, five letters are called vowels, and the rest twenty-one letters are called Consonants.

Vowels: a, e, i, o, u

Consonants: b c d  f g h  j k l m n p q r s t  v w x y z

Lesson 2: Nouns

Names of persons, places, animals, or things are called Naming words. Naming words are called Nouns.

  • Names of Persons: father, mother, teacher, doctor, and child
  • Names of Animals: dog, horse, Zebra, hen, crow 
  • Names of Places: house, home, school, temple, park
  • Names of Things: toy, pen, paper, pencil, table, Chair.

Lesson 3: Types of Nouns

Names of people, places, animals, and things are called Nouns.
Example: book, pen, king, tree, father, city.

General names of persons, places, animals, or things are called Common Nouns.

Example: She is my mother.
Mother is a common noun

Special names of persons, places, animals, or things are called Proper Nouns.

Example: This is the Bay of Bengal.
Bay of Bengal is a proper noun.

All proper nouns begin with capital letters. All common nouns begin with small letters.

Proper Nouns and Common Nouns Examples

1. It is very hot in May.
May – proper noun

2. She is my sister.
sister – common noun

3. The fair starts on Wednesday.
Wednesday – proper noun

4. This is my book.
book – common noun

5. He lives on Mount Road.
Mount Road – proper noun

6. The Titanic sank in 1912.
Titanic – proper noun

7. This is Jaipur.
Jaipur – proper noun

8. Steve is my best friend.
Steve – proper noun
friend – common noun

9. Toto is our pet monkey.
Toto – proper noun
monkey – common noun

10. The Victoria Memorial is a beautiful building.
Victoria Memorial – proper noun
building – common noun

11. Mr. Jones is a good teacher.
Mr. Jones – proper noun
teacher – common noun

12. Rose is a beautiful flower.
Rose – proper noun
flower – common noun

Lesson 4: Singular and Plural

Nouns or Naming words can be used for one or more than one. Nouns used to show one are called singular nouns. Nouns used to show more than one are called plural nouns.

To show more than one, ‘s’, or ‘es’ are added at the end of the naming words.

One toyTwo toys
One bookThree books
One busFour buses
One mangoFive mangoes
One benchSix benches

Lesson 5: Is, Are, and Am

  • We use is with singular nouns.
  • We use are with plural nouns and you.
  • We use am with I


I am a studentWe are students
I am drinking milk.We are drinking milk.
You are a student.You are students.
He is a boy.They are boys.
She is a girl.They are girls.
Nisha is a student.Nisha and Nikita are students.
Ramen is a doctor.Ramen and Nidhi are doctors.
Ankit is a singer.Ankit and Sujoy are singers.

Lesson 6: Verbs

Words like eat, read, play, run, sleep, sing, and drink, are action words. These are the actions that are done by a person, an animal, or a thing.


A boy eats.Boys eat.
An egg breaks.Eggs break.
A girl plays.Girls play.
The child runs. Children run.
He reads.They read.
Indra drinks.Indra and Suman drink.

Words that show action are called doing words. They are also called verbs. 

action word = verb

When the action is done by one thing or a person (a singular noun), the action word is used with ‘s’, or ‘es’.

Example: A girl sings.

                A man walks.

When many things or people (plural noun) do the action, the action word is used withouts’, or ‘es’.

Example:  Girls sing.

                Boys play.

Action words are always used without ‘s’ in sentences with I and You.

Example:  I read the book.

                You drink milk.

Lesson 7: Adjectives

Words that describe nouns are called describing words or adjectives.

Adjectives tell us more about nouns – shape, size, colour, age, number, taste, and how something feels.


Red balloon, fat man, cold day, happy girl.

The words before the nouns tell you about the nouns. They are describing words.

Lesson 8: This, That, These, Those

This, That, These, and Those are showing words. They show if the person, animal, or thing were talking about is near or far.

This‘ and ‘these‘ are used for persons, animals, or things that are near.

That’ and ‘these‘ are used for a person, animals, or things that are far.


This is a girl.

That is a boy.

These are girls.

Those are boys.

This is a cat.

There are children.

That is the moon.

Those are birds in the sky.

Lesson 9: Articles

Words begin with vowel sounds or consonant sounds. 

Words that begin with consonant sounds – 


toy, lion, school, cake, pencil

Words that begin with vowel sounds – 


apple, elephant, orange, egg, ant

A, An, The: Articles

The words a, an, and the are called articles.

  • We use ‘a‘ with singular nouns that begin with consonant sounds.
  • We use ‘an‘ with singular nouns that begin with vowel sounds.
  • We use ‘the‘ with things that are only one of their kind.


a car, 

an apple, 

a box, 

an elephant, 

a girl.

the moon, 

the sky, 

the sun, 

the Taj Mahal, 

the Eiffel Tower, 

the book that I want, 

the box that my father gave me.

The article 'the' is also used with things that are already talked about or to talk about particular things.


My father gave me a book. I want the book.

Where is the ball?

Lesson 10: Pronouns

I, we, you, he, she, it, and they – all these words are called pronouns. They can be used in place of nouns.


The words on the left side of the box are singular pronouns.


I am a boy.

You are a girl.

He is a student.

She is a teacher.

It is a chair.

The word on the right side of the box is plural pronouns.


We are playing.

You are good girls.

They are players.

The pronoun, ‘you’ is used for both singular and plural.

Lesson 11: Punctuation

A Proper Noun(Special name) begins with a capital Letter.

A sentence begins with a capital Letter.

A sentence ends with a full stop. (.)

A question begins with a capital letter.

A question ends with a question mark.(?)

This is called punctuation.