Irregular Plural Nouns are for the Geese

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2nd - 5th
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One goose, two geese. One moose, two meese?

Irregular plural nouns don’t follow any rules which makes them difficult to learn for children with language delays and/or learning disabilities. Often when children use incorrect forms for plural nouns, they sound younger than they actually are. As there are no rules, the best way to learn irregular plural nouns is by drill and practice and more practice. This packet provides many activities to target irregular plural nouns: worksheets, matching game, emergent readers, independent center activity.

(1) matching game (or use as a Go Fish game)
(1) board game
(1) independent center activity
(1) worksheet: circle the correct plural noun from 3 options
(5) worksheets: write a simple sentence stating how many of each item you see
(3) printable emergent readers to target irregular plural nouns
(1) emergent reader for iDevice or computer (will not print -- only meant to be viewed via iDevice or computer) This emergent reader is a duplicate of one of the printable emergent readers.

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Created by LyndaSLP123
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Form and use regular and irregular plural nouns.
Form and use frequently occurring irregular plural nouns (e.g., feet, children, teeth, mice, fish).


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