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Using thisCommon or Abstract Nouns Worksheet, students determine if the noun in a sentence is a common or abstract noun.
Understanding the difference between common and abstract nouns will help your students as they develop their writing skills. This worksheet gives them practice to identify the different types of nouns as well as generate a list of abstract nouns.
Students read sentences with an underlined noun. Then, they decide if the noun is common or abstract by writing it on the provided line.
If you are using this activity, your students are probably learning about different noun types.
Use this Common and Proper Nouns Activity as an additional resource for your students.
Introduce this worksheet by sharing examples of different types of nouns. Your students will most likely provide ideas about people, places, and things. Share with your students that there is another category called Abstract Nouns. Abstract Nouns is an idea, quality, or state that you can’t hold. Provide examples like luck or love. Have students share other examples of Abstract Nouns. Then, students complete worksheet independently or with a partner. Once students finish, challenge them to come up with other examples of Abstract Nouns.
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