This is a cut and paste activity that is great for introducing or reviewing how to make plural nouns. It is great for both short group activities and individual assessments. If you enjoy this product, please rate it and follow me! If you can think of a way to make this product better, please let me know.
This is a great activity to introduce or review collective nouns. There are 14 pairs of collective nouns included. This can be used as a typical matching game or you could have the students find the person that has the card that matches theirs. If you enjoy this product, please rate it and follow me!
FREE This activity includes 30 sentence cards. All of the singular nouns end in either s, x, ch, sh, or j and must be changed into plural nouns.To prepare: Print and cut out all kite cards. Laminate, if desired.To use: Have a student select a kite card. Read the card, then have the student fix the underlined word to make it a plural noun.
This worksheet is great for a review over collective nouns. It offers a variety of examples in a multitude of ways.If you enjoy this product, please rate it and follow me! If you can think of a way to make this product better, please let me know. I would love to use your opinion to make my next work better!
This is a Jeopardy game that is great for reviewing short and long vowel sounds. The children have a great time and learn while playing! By using in document hyperlinks, I have made the Powerpoint work as an actual Jeopardy game would. There is a return to home button and an answer button on each slide for easy navigation.If you enjoy this product, please rate it and follow me!
A fun center for the students to make matches of singular and irregular plural nouns, for example goose/geese, elf/elves, man/men, lunch/lunches, wife/wives, etc. After the students match the singular and plural nouns, the students record the pairs on their recording sheet.
These fall themed cut and paste worksheets focus on distinguishing between short and long vowel sounds. There is one worksheet for each vowel. The font used on this item came from kevinandamanda.com.Clipart came from all-free-download.com.If you enjoy this product, please rate it and follow me!