Changing words from singular to plural can be a tricky task when there are so many word endings with their own special rules! One way to make it easier is to remember that the majority of words can be switched into plural with just an -s ending. Even so, some word endings, like those ending in -ch, -sh, -s, -x, or -zz need an -es ending instead. This colorful worksheet will help your child nail down the above grammar rules by helping little learners read words and trace the correct endings for each!
Uh oh, the cute little kitten needs to find her milk, but can’t get there without traveling through a tricky maze! Enlist the help of your little learner, by working through the maze by simply drawing a line through all the plural words. Don’t forget to review the grammar rules above, reviewing which words should get an -s ending, and which should end in -es. When ready, get to work on this charming PDF worksheet to show the poor kitten to her bowl at the end of the maze!
Words can be tricky sometimes, as your students have probably already learnt by now. When a noun is more than one, it is in the plural form. These plural forms usually change the noun, most times with just an ‘s’ at the end of the word. Lilliana in this worksheet needs help figuring out the plural nouns on her checklist. Look at the six objects in this printable PDF, and help your students check the plural nouns of the objects.
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