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In this abstract and concrete nouns activity, students underline concrete and circle abstract nouns in sentences and list 3 nouns for each. Students complete 13 problems.
In this recognizing proper nouns and common nouns worksheet, learners identify proper and common nouns in sentences by labeling underlined words in sentences, correcting capitalization mistakes, writing proper nouns for given categories, and reviewing and assessing knowledge. Students write forty-six answers.
In this proper nouns and common nouns usage worksheet, students identify nouns in sentences, label common and proper nouns in sentences, fill in blanks with common or proper nouns, and choose multiple choice answers that are names of proper nouns. Students write forty-one answers.
There is no way your class won't understand the differences between abstract and concrete nouns after watching this super cute video. They'll see first hand that love is abstract but hands are concrete, happiness is abstract while a ring is concrete. With a relationship theme and engaging examples, kids will love (abstract) this video (concrete)!
In this common nouns worksheet, students common nouns to fill in blanks and complete sentences, write a sentence using given common nouns, circle common nouns and write nouns that begin with given letters. 
In this grammar worksheet, learners underline common nouns, double underline proper nouns, and circle pronouns in sentences about ninjas. Students complete this for 20 sentences total.
For this common noun review worksheet, students use their language skills to identify a common noun that begins with each letter of the alphabet.
In this nouns review worksheet, students practice their grammar skills as they identify all of the concrete nouns in 42 sentences.
In this nouns review worksheet, students practice their grammar skills as they identify all of the concrete nouns in 42 sentences.
Students define and identify nouns. In this nouns lesson plan, students watch a video and review proper and common nouns before constructing a noun pyramid. They present their noun pyramids to the class and add them to a bulletin board.
Students examine the use of nouns, common nouns, and proper nouns. They identify examples of each type of noun, in small groups locate as many proper nouns in a magazine or newspaper, and write a short story using at least ten common and five proper nouns.
Sixth graders brainstorm and write common nouns beginning with a given letter, then using one word from the list write as many proper nouns for that word, correctly capitalized.  For this proper nouns and capitalization lesson, 6th graders use playing cards to select the initial letter for their list of words.  Students work alone, or compete in groups.
Have your students read 10 sentences and decide whether the boldface word in each is an abstract or concrete noun. They will also write a paragraph and identify the concrete and abstract nouns in it. Note: Answer key is not included.
In this nouns worksheet, students read 12 sentences and find the common noun that is a place in each sentence. Students print their answers on the lines provided on the worksheet.
In this nouns learning exercise, students read 12 sentences and find the common noun that is a person in each sentence. Students print their answers on the lines provided on the learning exercise.
In this nouns worksheet, students read 12 sentences and find the common noun that is a place in each sentence. Students print their answers on the lines provided on the worksheet.
In this nouns activity, students read the 3 words in each set of 12 words and find the common noun in each set of words. Students print their answers on the lines provided.
In this nouns worksheet, students read 12 sentences and find the common noun that is a thing in each sentence. Students print their answers on the lines provided.
In this common nouns worksheet, students learn to use exact nouns in descriptions to make writing more powerful. Students improve a paragraph by replacing the underlined nouns with more exact words.
In this nouns worksheet, students read 12 sentences and find the common noun that is a person in each sentence. Students write their answers on the lines provided.

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