Learning singular and plural nouns can be a tough task for early readers, but when the wrong ending is used, it can sometimes look strange or even change the word into another one entirely! Use this vividly illustrated worksheet to show kids just how words would look if we use the wrong ending. To complete, read each word and view the cute images to see the singular versus the plural spellings. Check the version that uses the correct ending and review why the other ending can’t possibly be used!
Knowing what nouns are is one thing; now your child must also learn all about the plural forms of nouns and the rules that guide them. First, explain to your child that most singular nouns are made plural by adding «-s» to the end of the word. For example, the plural of the word «cat» is «cats». Next, tell your kids that when singular words end in «-ch, -sh, -s, -x, -zz», the words are made plural by adding «-es». For example, the plural of «buzz» is «buzzes». This worksheet requires that your child circle the correct plural form of each noun.
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