Teach the difference between singular and plural nouns with this no prep teacher’s guide for your interactive grammar classroom. A singular noun names one person, animal, place, thing, or idea. A plural noun names more than one. Explore with your kiddos when to add “-s,” “-es,” or “-ies” to the end of a noun. What about irregular plural nouns? Hmm . . . is it "deer" or "deers"? Dive in now to find out!
This is a simple yet great, fun and interactive MS PowerPoint presentation on plural and singular nouns. My students love it! I love it! What about you?
I know there is a lot of information around. However, I wanted something more specific for my pupils, just enough for 5th grade standards. It is simple and easy to understand it. In my firm belief and as the practice shows, the slideshow provides all necessary information to succeed in 5th grade. No complication!
♦ it has links to YouTube videos/ songs related to the lesson. Therefore, Internet access is needed;
♦ it explains the rules of forming plural nouns;
♦ examples have related images/ illustrations;
If you're teaching the parts of speech, this is a great way to cover singular and plural nouns. There are visuals for the students to help them in their understanding. It is colorful! It is interactive! It is fun! It is goals achieving!
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