Students will write the plural form of singular nouns by adding “s” or “es” or “ies" to each noun.
An anchor chart on what singular and plural means.
An anchor chart on the rules.
*To make a noun plural, you usually add s or es to the end of the word.
*When to add “es” to a word.
If the word ends with s, sh, ch, x, or z add –es.
Examples: lunch-lunches bus-buses ax-axes
*When to add “ies” to a word.
If the noun ends in –y, with a consonant before the –y, drop the –y and add –ies.
Examples: baby-babies story-stories bunny-bunnies
An anchor chart that shows three examples on how to make a singular noun plural.
Directions on how to place "Singular to Plural Match."
42 pairs of cards (The yellow cards are the singular nouns and the red cards are the plural nouns).
A recording sheet and an answer sheet are included for self-checking.