This product aligns with L.3.1c Use abstract nouns.
[Abstract nouns are a grade 3 Language CCSS, however, on most cumulative word lists, these nouns are 4th grade words. Still, the nouns are a standard. ]
Here are three worksheets that have students use abstract nouns. Each sheet has ten sentences:
Sheet 1 is similar to this example:
++ What is one memory that makes you happy? (memory is underlined - this description box won't let me do that)
Sheet 2: Rewrite each sentence, changing one word to the word in parenthesis.
++We were surprised at the look of the sunset. (beauty)
[Answer: We were surprised at the beauty of the sunset. ]
Sheet 3: Choose a word from the word box to complete each sentence. Write the sentence on the line.
++7. Dad talks about his _______ and tells us stories. [Answer: Dad talks about his childhood and tells us stories.]
These worksheets are intended as reinforcement, as morning work, as practice, assessment, or as remediation.
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Check out all of my L.3.1 Common Core products:
L.3.1.a Explain the Function of Nouns, Pronouns, Verbs, Adjectives, and AdverbsL.3.1.b Irregular Plural Nouns L.3.1.c Abstract NounsL.3.1.d Regular and Irregular Plural NounsL.3.1.e Form and Use Simple Verb Tenses L.3.1.f Ensure Subject-Verb and Pronoun-Antecedent AgreementL.3.1.g Form and Use Comparative and Superlative Adjectives IL.3.1.g Form and Use Comparative and Superlative Adjectives II L.3.1.h Use Coordinating and Subordinating ConjunctionsL.3.1.i Produce Simple, Compound, and Complex Sentences
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