Reenforce your students’ understanding of those tricky irregular plural nouns with this handy mini unit!
Designed for my 3rd Graders, this monstrously fun bundle also provides practice for 2nd Graders and review for 4th Graders. The instructional notes and activities are aligned with the following Common Core ELA-Language Standards:
** 2nd Grade (L.2.1.B) Form and use frequently occurring irregular plural nouns.
** 3rd Grade (L.3.1.B) Form and use regular and irregular plural nouns.
You will find the following included, all with monster theme design:
* Relevant Common Core Standards and introduction (1 page)
* ”We Can” CCS posters (2 posters)
* Teaching slides to review the rules of regular plural nouns (1 page each in both color and black & white versions) and the definition of irregular plural nouns (1 page) plus 1 page introduction
*Printable - Monstrous Crossword Puzzle (1 page plus 1 page key)
*Foldable - One Foot, Two Feet - (1 page introduction, 1 page activity interactive notebook version, and 1 page stand-alone activity version) - Just print one for each student - no color ink needed! - printables are included for both interactive notebooks AND stand-alone activities
*Partner or Small Group Activity - Monster Buddies Mad Lib Nursery Rhymes - (1 page instructions, 2 pages recording sheets in black & white, and 2 pages of 24 irregular plural noun activity cards in black & white) - This packet includes two versions of the same game. The first version has the irregular nouns already in plural form, and the second version challenges students to convert the singular to plural form.
You might also enjoy my freebie, "Buddy Up,"
created to provide additional irregular plural nouns practice for your scholars.
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Copyright 2014 by Pamela J. Wendt of Hedgehog Reader
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