Skill: Spelling rule regarding singular (one)
          and plural nouns (more than one)

A noun is a word that names a person, place or thing. When a word stands for two or more things, it usually has a plural ending, which most often is “s”.

Read the words and sentences listed.

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ants image
ant ants
bug bugs
cab cabs
cat cats
dog dogs
drum drums
gift gifts
kid kids
ship ships
van vans

 

 

Dictation/Spelling Practice for (s) Plurals 

 

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Make up two sentences and include one or more of the words listed in this lesson. Your writing should reflect good penmanship, proper spacing, and correct usage of upper and lower case letters. Remember all sentences begin with a capital letter and end with a period (.), question mark (?), or exclamation point (!).

 

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Illustrate one of your sentences on the back of your paper.