Young scholars 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. Students must fill in the missing abstract noun for each provided adjective. For example, satisfying (satisfied)....
5th - 8th English Language Arts
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
Concrete and Abstract Nouns Coloring
Use a noun coloring activity to have your students read 60 nouns, each in their own rectangle. They will then color rectangles with concrete nouns yellow and the rectangles with abstract nouns blue. Note: This does not include an answer...
5th - 7th English Language Arts
Nouns: Identifying Nouns
Your little grammarians identify nouns in a variety of exercises. Concrete and abstract, singular and plural, count and noncount nouns are included, so it might make a good review of comprehensive parts of speech study. Learners mark...
1st - 5th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable