The Word Kingdom is a lesson on noun and verb agreement, in the guise of a folktale. The citizens of the word kingdom are, of course, words, and the princess is in charge of the plural forms of verbs. Instead of seeking a suitor, as in most folktales, this princess is seeking a noun to go with the plural verbs she oversees. The hero is a plural noun who becomes a singular noun to help a word that is lonely. He is later repaid for his kindness and, in the process, students learn about the types of nouns and verbs that go together. There are many examples and illustrations to clarify the narrative, and it is a fun and memorable way to learn some of the basic rules of grammar. This ebook includes 2 writing activities and one worksheet.