Have your second graders conquered those tricky irregular plural nouns? Time to find out! Assess your students abilities to change irregular nouns from singular to plural with this quick assessment activity.
Can your second graders differentiate between singular and plural nouns? Let's find out! Use this sorting activity to let your students distinguish between singular and plural using regular and irregular plural nouns.
Have your students mastered irregular plural nouns? Give your kids some extra practice with this worksheet that has them identifying and using irregular plural nouns as context clues. This works great as either a challenging activity or as an assessment.
Do you students need some extra practice with irregular plural forms? You've come to the right place! This practice worksheet will have your students using context to fill in the plural form of these irregular nouns.
This is a great supplement to lessons about irregular plural nouns. Challenge your students to write the plural form of tricky words like fish, spy, person, wolf, birthday, library, mouse, calf, and more.
Our irregular plural forms worksheets are the perfect way to introduce your students to nouns with not so perfect endings. With activities such as fill-in-the-blanks, matching, sorting, and cutting and pasting, these worksheets will help kids develop confidence with tricky irregular plural nouns. They can also be used as supplements to lessons or as assessment tools.