Abstract Nouns PowerPoint

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Uncovering Abstract Nouns PowerPoint +Extras

50+ Editable Slides!

Grades 5-12

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This PowerPoint covers the gamut of teaching Abstract Nouns—the basic of Universal Themes of Human Nature. There are both instructional slide and activity slides as well as printable graphic organizers, interactive notebook templates, and a word wall.

Includes:
< 20+ Instructional & Activity Slides
< 20+ Graphic Organizers, Interactive Notebook Templates, and Cut-Outs
< 20 Word Wall Sentence Strips
< 6 Task Cards

**This Product Cannot Be Edited and Resold--Editable Only For Classroom Puproses!**

**The 5 Senses Clip Art is Under Copyright by Christine O'Brien Creative and Cannot Be Used for Any Purposes Outside this PowerPoint**

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Hopefully my products will help strengthen your lessons, help your students learn, and make your life easier. Thank you and enjoy! —J.D. Whitaker

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Permission to copy for single classroom use only.
Electronic distribution limited to single classroom use only.
Not for public display.
{{Most Images used are in the Public Domain}}
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55+
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Abstract Nouns PowerPoint
Abstract Nouns PowerPoint
Abstract Nouns PowerPoint
Abstract Nouns PowerPoint