Countable nouns and uncountable nouns. Countable means you can find out the number of items, for example: 3 hamburgers. Uncountable means the item is too small or it cannot be put into a number, for example: butter and rice cannot be counted.
Countable and uncoutable nouns Infographic
A test on food with five tasks: 1) countable/uncountable nouns, 2) food vocabulary, 3) a/an/some/any, 4) odd word out, 5) restaurant conversation. Key included.
Countable and Non-countable nouns activities A great extension for children who already have some understanding of nouns. 3 x sorting activities. Child puts noun under 'countable' or non 'countable' 2 of the sorting pictures are word only. 1 is picture only 1 x set of sentences with non countable or countable nouns.