Abstract nouns refer to a state quality or feeling. They cannot be perceived by any of the five senses. Here are four worksheets designed to be used when you are introducing or exploring this concept. Underneath each worksheet are activity ideas.
Students circle the abstract nouns in the picture and then use them in the sentences below.
Then they unscramble abstract nouns, think of more examples and opposite examples.
Use this interesting coloring sheet with your students. Give them time to slow down and explore these abstract nouns - dream, freedom, happiness, rules, holiday, escape, memory, embarressment, idea and work.
Cut out the abstract nouns below and glue them in alphabetical order in your workbook. Remember to leave two lines between each word. Write out the meaning of each word underneath. Use a dictionary if you need to.
Students can circle the abstract nouns in this worksheet, use some in sentences and then think of more examples.