Suffixes are letters added to the end of words to form new words. These can be used to denote one who does something (e.g. reader) or more than one (e.g. adding -s). This worksheet helps kids practice pluralizing words they know by circling the plural words ending with -s.
Students must master sentence formation to be successful English learners. After grasping the ABCs and basic words, the next step is to construct sentences using those words. Worksheets like this one can help teach kids how to make sentences; they need to look at the pictures and select the correct noun or verb to complete each sentence.
Help your students figure out the plural nouns in Lilliana's checklist. Look at the six objects in this PDF and add 's' to the nouns to make them plural. Show students how words can be tricky and explain how adding an 's' often changes the noun to its plural form.
Constructing sentences follows rules. Parts of speech like nouns, verbs, adverbs, pronouns, and prepositions help. This worksheet focuses on prepositions. Explain prepositions to your child, then examine the pictures together and help them complete the sentences.