This is a poster to help students remember when to use an "es" ending instead of an "s" ending. I post it while teaching the rule, and keep it posted to help students. Print out on plain greeting card stock and laminate. Thank you for purchasing my products! I have longer games and activities in my store for Nonsense Word Fluency, compound Words, High Frequency Words. All activities are aligned with the Common Core. Enjoy!
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