Use these 79 cards to target irregular plurals. Each target word has 2 cards that target discrimination of the correct form (i.e., “The child are playing. Does that sound right?” and “The children are playing. Does that sound right?” ) and 1 card that contrasts the plural form with the singular form with a fill in the blank sentence (i.e., The child is playing; The ________ are playing.) Pictures are provided on each card to aid in understanding.
These cards feature various irregular forms including –es endings, -ves endings and words that are the same in both singular and plural forms. Words include: children, men, feet, teeth, geese, mice, women, cacti, halves, wolves, ourselves, loaves, shelves, wives, scarves, shrimp, dozen, sheep, fish, quizzes, buses, boxes, flashes, beaches, dishes, lunches.