Abstract Nouns vs. Concrete Nouns Task Cards for Upper Elementary/Middle School

Abstract Nouns vs. Concrete Nouns Task Cards for Upper Ele
Abstract Nouns vs. Concrete Nouns Task Cards for Upper Ele
Abstract Nouns vs. Concrete Nouns Task Cards for Upper Ele
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The following task cards will help your students better comprehend the difference between concrete and abstract nouns. There are 10 cards designed for upper elementary and middle class students.


These cards can be used as a test prep activity, a simply review activity, bell ringers, exit slips, or as a pre-test or post-test activity for young learners.


I recommend printing these cards off on cardstock and laminating them. This way you can use them over and over again. You can use these cards as they are or place them on book rings to help keep them organized. Next, provide students with the answer key sheet. Now, you are all set.

Ages 10-13

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Abstract Nouns vs. Concrete Nouns Task Cards for Upper Ele
Abstract Nouns vs. Concrete Nouns Task Cards for Upper Ele
Abstract Nouns vs. Concrete Nouns Task Cards for Upper Ele