Target fourteen irregular plural nouns in a wide variety of ways and at different levels. Start with an interactive drill sheet. Move into written word practice. Have students fill in the irregular plural nouns during the rebus story reading for expressive language practice. Drill home the skills by using the game board to practice both singular and irregular plural forms as either single words or in novel sentences.
Four different activities!
Practice sheets have two different levels--one has the word form typed in, the other asks students to fill it in themselves. Written word practice sheets include word banks. The rebus story has two levels of prompts--one with written and picture prompts, the other with picture prompts only.
Includes the following targets: mouse/mice, foot/feet, die/dice, person/people, child/children, tooth/teeth, fish/fish, loaf/loaves, shelf/shelves, thief/thieves, leaf/leaves, scissors/scissors, half/halves, goose/geese
• Irregular Plural Nouns Expressive and Written Language BUNDLE
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