MOST WORDS JUST ADD A “S”:
Examples: logs, boots, bags, bugs, dogs, & computers
SOME WORDS COMPLETELY CHANGE:
Examples: children, men, women, people, mice, teeth & oxen
SOME WORDS STAY THE SAME:
Examples: fish, deer, & moose
These are just a few plural rules that we review in this comprehensive packet! We have put together 71 pages of plural flash cards, worksheets, games,rule reminder pages, and room signs in order to address every aspect of how to make a word a plural. The technology theme is great for children of all ages and the colorful pictures make the time that your student needs in order to grasp all aspects on how to turn words into the plural form FUN!
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Contents and Directions For Let's Get Technical With Plurals:
Page 5: Welcome sign for door and/or bulletin board.
Pages 6-12: Plural Rules for bulletin board.
Page 13: One page quick reference of plural rules.
Page 14: Plural rules numbered to use with activities.
Page 15: Die and game pieces to use with game board.
Page 16-17: “Let’s Get Technical With Plurals Game Board”. Use cards provided on pages 27-41. The student is asked to name the non- plural form of their word and then they are asked to choose which plural rule was used to make the word a plural. *Use with page 14 for naming plural rule number.
Page 18: Name plurals, plural rules, and non -plural form of words as the student completes page using paint dotters, craft balls and/or tokens.
Page 19: Hide-N-Seek the named plurals. Circle the amount asked.
Page 20: Plural word find.
Page 21-22: Plural puzzles. Print two copies if needed for easier completion.
Page 23: Name the plural forms of the pictures and complete the maze.
Page 24: Tic-Tac-Toe. Use cards from pages 27-41 and have student name the non plural form of their word and/or it’s plural rule upon their turn.
Page 25: Have student insert cards into the computer disc drive as they name the non- plural form of their words and/or it’s plural rule. Page 26: Discuss plural words as student colors the page.
27-41: Plural cards. Print, laminate and cut out. Use with all above mentioned activities.
Pages 42-43: Draw a line to the matching plural pictures. Pages 44-46: Complete the plural words using a “s”, “es” and “ies”. Pages 47-48: Write in the number on the lines of the plural pictures. Pages 49- 50: Circle the plurals and cross out the words that are not.
Pages 51-54: Write in the plural form of the pictures/words listed. Pages 55-56: Seek-N-Find the Irregular Plurals.
Pages 57-58: Circle the plural in each sentence.
Pages 59-60: Draw a line to the correct irregular plural.
Page 61: Irregular plural examples.
Page 62-63: Irregular plurals sorting activity. Cut out, shuffle and sort and/or glue onto the provided sorting mat (page 63).
Page 64: Write in the irregular plural words.
Pages 65- 67: Write in the plural word. Use the word in a sentence. Pages 68-69: Write in the plural form of the word in the sentences. Pages 70-71: Answer sheets.
Page 72: Twin Sisters Speech and Language Therapy Information Page.
Note: Common Core Goals!
CCSS.ELA-Literacy.L.K.1c Form regular plural nouns orally by adding /s/ or /es/ (e.g., dog, dogs; wish, wishes).
CCSS.ELA-Literacy.L.2.1b Form and use frequently occurring irregular plural nouns (e.g., feet, children, teeth, mice, fish)
CCSS.ELA-Literacy.L.3.1b Form and use regular and irregular plural nouns
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Shanda Gaunt, M.S. CCC-SLP
Manda Riebel, M.A. CCC-SLP
Twin Speech, Language & Literacy LLC
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