2 to 4 players
Students take turns stating the singular form (e.g., one book) or regular or irregular plural form (e.g., two books) of the card they discard in a phrase.
Students can make a play by matching the picture (e.g., mouse mice), # of objects (e.g., two books two mummies), or card color. They can also use a SKIP card when the color is appropriate or a FREE PLAY card at any time.
In the instance that a student cannot play, they draw one card. If they still cannot play, the game advances to the next person.
The first person to run out of cards wins.
Plural Match-Up targets increasing mean length of utterance through use of the adjective + noun phrase structure as well as application of the various forms of plurals (-s, -es, -ies) in addition to recognizing regular and irregular plural forms.