Students recognize concrete and abstract nouns. They practice categorizing concrete and abstract nouns during a scavenger hunt and by drawing a symbol of an abstract noun.
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In two similar worksheets contained in this resource, learners circle the abstract noun contained in 13 or 14 sentences. Unfortunately, an example given is "courageous," which is an adjective. This is a resource for home schooling, but...
3rd - 6th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
More Joy of Abstract Nouns 2
Continue your classes' study of related vocabulary with a second list of adjectives that have corresponding abstract nouns. Learners must fill in the missing abstract noun for each provided adjective. For example, satisfying (satisfied)....
5th - 8th English Language Arts
Grammar, Usage, and Mechanics
If you're planning on teaching grammar in your fifth or sixth grade class, take a look at a packet of language arts activities that would be perfect for any grammar lesson. Covering skills such as parts of speech, sentence and paragraph...
5th - 6th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
The Joy of Abstract Nouns
Help your class understand how adjectives can be related to abstract nouns by analyzing a list of 80 adjective/noun pairs. Example: luxurious/luxury. There are no questions on the page as this is a word list but it is a useful reference...
7th - Higher Ed English Language Arts