Plural Noun Worksheets To Print:
Look In The Blanks - There some words here that you will need time to look at. Circle the correctly‐spelled word to fill in each blank.
Break the Record! - Students need to make sure that they are looking for matches, not just a single correct word.
Weird Science! - The first one stumps many people. It is a name. That mad scientist Igor has a job for you.
Line Fills - I find that even strong students have trouble with this one, if they rush. Remind students to pace themselves with this one.
Irregular Days - Reading the complete sentence is a great strategy here. You may want to read it aloud one time too.
Apples and Pears - Is it "apples to oranges" or "apples to pears"? This is a fun activity that you can use glue and scissors with.
Writing Weird Words - Even Vice Presidents get stuck on "potatoes". There are a few that are just like that for you to work with.
Crazy Spelling - I'm not sure if the pictures will help or hinder your thought process. These are often tricky to spell, so we spend some time with them.
Spelling Anyone? - See if you can figure out why each of the words on the left are capitalized.
Picture Puzzler - It interesting to see what comes out of this activity at times.
Animal Match-Up - Do you have one or a bunch of animals? We look at how to term up a group of them.
Double the Fun! - Some of the words might be hard for kids to spell, they need extra time here.
Word Bank Sentences - This is not just any typical word bank. It's a bit loaded. Choose the correct noun from the Word Bank that belongs in each sentence. But there's a problem!