Plural and Singular Nouns
What a great way to review singular and plural nouns! This presentation covers the basic rules governing the use of singular and plural nouns and gives students a variety of ways to practice this concept. It could be used as a center...
Prepare a set of cards to help your learners master plural nouns, both typical and irregular varieties. Cut along the dotted lines and fold and/or glue the pieces together to create two-sided cards with a singular noun on one side and a...
Learners are given a list of 24 singular words. Most of them are nouns, a few of them are verbs. They must write the plural version of each word in the box next to it. This worksheet would be ideal to use as an assessment, in-class...
Easter Related Plural Nouns
Spring has sprung with a fun grammar activity based on Easter words. Kids use the plural version of nouns such as bunny, egg, and basket to complete eight sentences.
In this grammar worksheet, students choose which word or words in ten sets of words is spelt and punctuated correctly as a plural noun. Students check their answers when they are finished.
Understanding Singular Nouns and Plural Nouns
Primary graders practice forming the plural form of singular nouns and removing the "s" to create the singular form of plural nouns.
Forming Plural Nouns
Everyone knows that a noun is a person, place, thing, or idea - but what happens when you have people, places, things, or ideas? Use this SMART board activity to guide your class through plural nouns. Several activities, including making...
Plural Rules Part One
Writing words in their plural form will be a little easier for your class after viewing this presentation. It provides a step-by-step discussion of the spelling rules for changing words from singular to plural. This is a handy resource...
Singular and Plural
Focus on singular and plural nouns with your class. Learners discuss the rules relating to changing nouns from singular to plural, match singular nouns to the plural form, and complete an activity. This is a comprehensive exploration of...
Forming Plural Nouns
Interactive SMART Board activities provide young grammarians with practice changing singular nouns to plural nouns. Learners then create collages on which they inscribe the singular and plural form of the noun label.
Singular and Plural Nouns
A grammar PowerPoint presentation lists rules about changing singular nouns into plural nouns. It identifies what to do with regular nouns (-s, -es, -ies, -ves) to make them plural, that some nouns change internally when becoming plural...
Perfecting Plural Nouns
Turn potato into potatoes with a great activity on plural nouns. A quick reference guide at the top of the page shows third graders how to make regular and irregular nouns plural. They list as many nouns as they can think of, then work...
Singular and Plural Nouns
Young writers pen the plural version of 40 nouns on blank lines next to the singular version in a straightforward worksheet. The type and blank lines are small, so I'd enlarge it to make it more friendly to children's small hands. You...
Singular, Plural and Collective Count Nouns
Reinforce nouns in your eighth grade classroom with an introductory conventions lesson. After reviewing the definitions for singular, plural, and collective nouns, kids view a series of slides to determine which nouns belong in which...
When to Use the Plural Form
Singular or plural? Primary graders are asked to circle the singular or plural form of the noun illustrated on a colorful worksheet.
Teach your class how to turn a singular noun into a plural noun with this informative PowerPoint. The presentation uses fantastic images to illustrate what a plural noun signifies. It also includes great explanations.
Making Nouns Plural-Worksheet 1
How do you pluralize nouns in Spanish? Is there a difference between a plural noun ending in a vowel and one ending in a consonant? Yes, there is! Give your Spanish class this reference tool, and they can learn the rules!
Making 'em plural?
Pluralize it! Pupils take 10 subjects in English and write them plural in Spanish. Then, in the second exercise, they re-write a series of sentences (already written in Spanish) to make the subjects plural.
Singular or Plural
Crown or crowns? Mint or mints? See if your kids can tell which is which with some straightforward practice. Given a drawing of either a single item or several of that item, learners choose the correct (singular or plural) noun below the...
Adding /s/ to Make Plurals
A 31-slide presentation demonstrates how to properly add the letter /s/ to words to make them plural. Learners get to practice all sorts of scenarios where adding /s/ makes a word into a plural. They get instant feedback as they attempt...
Rules of Punctuation: Plurals
Take your class through a step-by-step exploration of changing words from singular to plural. Learners begin by answering a series of questions about a word, such as whether it ends in y. Then, they add the correct ending. There are tips...
Plural Nouns for Valentine's Day
Have your learners practice their understanding of making plural nouns, in a Valentine's Day coloring activity.
Which is plural: fox or foxes? Invite your youngsters to choose the plural words out of six different pairs of words, which are placed by images that represent the nouns visually. Learners practice identifying and writing the plural...
Spelling Rules: Add S to Nouns to Make Them Plural
Would you like more than one cat? Or more than one prize? Learn how to make singular nouns plural by adding an -s to the end of each word.