This set of 48 grammar-learning cards features matching pairs of words that do not use an s to specify singular vs. plural. Rules for plural nouns ending in y, ch, sh and x are included, as well as words that don't change, such as sheep and deer. Students can play “Go Fish” with these plural noun grammar cards, or can play a matching game, where the teacher distributes half of the cards to the students and keeps the other half. Teacher draws a noun card and asks for the singular/ plural form of the word. The first student to get rid of all their cards wins. If elementary students are simply learning plural nouns and playing Go Fish, students ask, "Do you have the plural of penny?" After playing a few times, or for older students, the student must correctly spell the word they want. For example, if the student says, "Do you have the plural of penny?," they must spell "pennies" correctly before the other student hands over the card. This grammar and plural noun learning exercise works well with collaborative learning and repetition.