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  • Emily Schwehr

    5TH Grade Rules: Posting Plurals. This is a good idea for practice

  • Tori Williams

    Practicing Plurals- for Jen, cute teaching idea!

  • Greer Barker

    teach kids irregular plural nouns

  • Samantha Ryan

    simple and cheap way to practice plural nouns. Fold down flap to make plural word. Great idea for teaching kids

  • Rocio Hernandez

    Language Arts - Practicing Plurals

  • Taylor Jaudes

    Teaching Plurals - easy to make by simply folding sentence strips, such a good idea for my little sister!! She's going through this right now!! Easy plurals activity for kids who are word smart! Kids who also struggle to be word smart will also appreciate this.

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