Your class will love to practice changing singular to plural nouns with this fall themed game. Falling for Plural Nouns can be used in a variety of ways in your classroom!
Plural Noun Scoot: Students in your class can review changing singular nouns to their plural noun spelling. Once students have completed the scoot activity, they will choose four plural words from their scoot activity page. They will then write a
sentence for each plural noun they selected on their Falling for Plural Noun Sentences activity page. Students will then draw a picture to illustrate each of their sentences.
Plural Noun Task Cards and Sorting Activity: Students can practice changing the singular noun of
each word to the plural form independently, with a partner, in their literacy station, or in a small group. An answer card is included for students to check their answers. Once students practice changing the singular form of the noun to the plural form, they can then sort the plural nouns by their endings (s, es, ies) on the Falling for Plural Nouns Sort activity page. At the bottom of the
page, they will write 2 super sentences using the words from the sort. (A super sentence is a sentence using 2 or more words from their sort in each sentence.)
The first six words from this pack also correlate with the spelling words from the Reading Street story Bremen Town Musicians from Unit 2. (2008 version)
2nd Grade Common Core Standards
CC L.2.1 Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when
writing or speaking.
CC L.2.2 Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation,
and spelling when writing.
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