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Concrete Noun or Abstract Noun? — Let’s Practice!

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Concrete Noun or Abstract Noun? — Let’s Practice!
CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.3.1.C

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Today we are practicing concrete noun or abstract noun with Goopaw! This video contains examples to help you further practice and grow confident in this area.

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Goopaw says get ready for concrete noun or abstract noun? Here is a noun. Baby. Is baby a concrete noun or an abstract noun? Baby is a concrete noun, because you can see, hear, touch, and smell a baby. Let's look at another noun. Calmness. Is calmness a concrete noun or an abstract noun? Calmness is an abstract noun, because it is a state of being. Here is the next noun. Affection. Is affection a concrete noun or an abstract noun? Affection is an abstract noun, because it is a feeling you have toward something or someone. Here is another noun. Castle. Is castle a concrete noun or an abstract noun? Castle is a concrete noun, because you can see and touch a castle. Here is the next noun. Talent. Is talent a concrete noun or an abstract noun? Talent is an abstract noun, because it is an ability that a person has. Here is the next noun. Cake. Is cake a concrete noun or an abstract noun? Cake is a concrete noun, because you can taste, touch, smell, and see a cake! Here is the final noun. Friendship. Is friendship a concrete noun or an abstract noun? Friendship is an abstract noun. While you can see that people have a friendship, it is usually a bond or connection people have with each other! Goopaw had so much fun practicing with you today! See you next time!