Abstract Noun Worksheets

It can be rather challenging to get the idea of abstract nouns across our young learners. The key to do this is by gently exposing them to various abstract nouns using the context of sentences. Keeping this concern in mind, we have here for you a collection of carefully designed abstract noun worksheets that help them broaden their understanding of abstract nouns in contexts, and also form abstract nouns from common nouns, adjectives and verbs that they commonly use.

The worksheets are tailor-made for children of grade 3, grade 4 and grade 5.

CCSS – L.3.1.C

Abstract Nouns in Sentences

Let the little ones of third grade go through our printable worksheet to know more about these nouns that convey feelings or ideas, and are known by the name of abstract nouns.

Abstract Nouns in Sentences

Making Abstract Nouns from Common Nouns

From king to kingdom and hero to heroism, help children of grade 3 learn to form abstract nouns from common nouns with this interesting pdf worksheet.

Making Abstract Nouns from Common Nouns

Making Abstract Nouns from Adjectives

Learning to form nouns from adjectives will immensely broaden the perspective of our young grammarians of grade 3 and grade 4, in understanding nouns.

Making Abstract Nouns from Adjectives

Making Abstract Nouns from Verbs

Go ahead and explore our free resourceful worksheet to learn how many of the verbs that we use on a daily basis can be converted to form abstract nouns by adding suffixes.

Making Abstract Nouns from Adjectives

Abstract and Concrete Nouns

Guide fifth grade kids through this pdf to be able to differentiate between the tangible and the intangible or the concrete and the abstract in a sentence as noun words.

Abstract and Concrete Nouns

Abstract vs Concrete Nouns

Are your kiddos of grade 4 and grade 5 still having a tough time telling the concrete noun from the abstract? Our practice worksheets will help them emerge with flying colors.

Abstract vs Concrete Nouns