smell

touch

taste

hear

Key answer: Rabbit is concrete noun. Concrete nouns are objects that you can experience through your
five senses: feel, smell, touch, taste, and hear.

Write 3 more nouns on turtle’s shells.

feel

Color one or more jellyfishes when the
object can be experienced with five senses.

Concrete
noun

Directions: Ask your student to color the crab that represents the correct type of noun. Let her write the description and justify her
decision (cross out the unnecessary word: concrete or abstract). Then, direct her to think about this noun, describe it, picture it,
and write 2 sentences using this noun. At the back let her think of 3 more nouns (same type) and write it down on turtle’s shells.

abstract nouns are
because concrete

Abstract
noun

RABBIT IS

UNDER THE SEA GRAMMAR

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I can draw a rabbit

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Write 2 sentaces using noun rabbit

I think a rabbit is

I think a butter is

I can draw a butter

a food made from milk.
Butter is creamy and yellow.

Write 2 sentaces using noun butter

I spread butter on my toast.
My mom like butter more
than cheese.

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Color one or more jellyfishes when the
object can be experienced with five senses.
feel

smell

touch

taste

hear

UNDER THE SEA GRAMMAR

BUTTER IS

Write 3 more nouns on turtle’s shells.

jam

Abstract
noun

Concrete
noun

abstract nouns are
because concrete

bread
milk

Key answer: Butter is concrete noun. Concrete nouns are objects that you can experience through your
five senses: feel, smell, touch, taste, and hear.

things that I can experience
through my five senses:
feel, smell, touch,
taste, and hear.
Directions: Ask your student to color the crab that represents the correct type of noun. Let her write the description and justify her
decision (cross out the unnecessary word: concrete or abstract). Then, direct her to think about this noun, describe it, picture it,
and write 2 sentences using this noun. At the back let her think of 3 more nouns (same type) and write it down on turtle’s shells.

admire
adorable
adventurous
boring
caring
charming
cheerful
supportive
clever
confused

courageous
dangerous
diverted
emotional
enjoyable
fair
faithful
fearless
free
good

gratified
happy
honest
idealistic
independent
intelligent
lively
optimistic
troubling
passionate

promising
quiet
relieved
satisfying
sincere
strong
sweet
thankful
thrilled
wishful

awesome
balanced
beautiful
brave
careful
careless
confident
helpful
imaginative
tolerant

creamy
glazed
greasy
moist
salty
silky
smooth
sour
tender
whipped

aquatic
cute
domestic
downy
fast
fluffy
flying
playful
small
solid

clean
crowded
curly
huge
peaceful
popular
rural
scenery
small
touristy

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