Learning plural nouns is a challenge! If your child is having trouble remembering the plural forms of different nouns, this worksheet is key.
Tooth to teeth, and baby to babies! Has your third grader mastered the spelling of irregular plural nouns?
Use this resource to assess your students’ mastery of grammar concepts, such as possessives, nouns, verbs, and agreement in sentences.
Children review the difference between singular and plural nouns in this beginning grammar worksheet.
This exercise gives your students practice transforming singular nouns to their plural forms
Use this exercise with your students to practice creating the correct plural form of singular nouns.
Step your grammar game up a notch! With this resource, your students will use context to decide whether to use the singular or plural form of a noun in a sentence.
This mid-year assessment will give you an of idea how well your students know their coordinating conjunctions, irregular verbs and plural nouns, and regular verb tenses.
Use this resource to practice changing regular singular nouns into their plural forms.
Review the rules for turning a single noun into a plural one, then practice what you have learned.
Use this resource to assess your students’ mastery of grammar concepts.
Use this resource to review examples of irregular plural nouns with your students.
In this exercise, your scholars will form and use regular plural nouns.
Your students will enjoy this kinesthetic activity as they review the grammar concept of plural nouns.
Looking for a worksheet to help your child with their spelling? This printable will help them get a handle on plural nouns.
Mice or mouses? Help kids grasp irregular plural nouns with this grammar game. They'll have so much fun racing that they'll forget how much they're learning.
What's the difference between regular and irregular plural nouns? Your students will enjoy finding out via some fun writing exercises in this comprehensive lesson.