Plurals - this is so easy and useful!

simple and cheap way to practice plural nouns. Fold down flap to make plural word. Good idea for a grab bag of irregular plurals.

Contraction foldable ~ So simple and effective. Free make-it-yourself idea. (I like the way the 2 individual words are on individual flaps.)

Language Arts 2 The Lesson Plan Diva: Foldables. Use for contractions, compound words, onset and rhyme, blends.

This is a great resource that students can create in their journals. This will help them learn and remember their prefixes and suffixes. This is a resource that can be used for any grade.

Jennifer's Teaching Tools: Prefixes and Suffixes foldable. Suffix (after the root word).

Spelling Tips and Tricks – Making Words Plural - Writers Write

Why You Should Never Trust Spell Check

Why do we add S to some words but ES to others? And when a word ends with Y, how do we know whether to change the Y to I before adding the plural suffix? And why on earth does knife become knives? You can unravel these mysteries with six simple rules.

Pronoun Patch Craftivity, could do with verbs - walk (glide, stroll, slither . . . ), adjectives (big - gigantic, huge, large . . . ) - think about it =)

Pronoun Patch - great for reinforcing the concept of pronouns. Give student a pronoun and have her add petals for nouns that could be associated with that pronoun.

Prefix pockets - fun!

Word Identification Prefix Pockets is an activity that familiarizes students with words that use prefixes. Students will look at the prefix written on the pocket and place the word strips that use that prefix in the corresponding pocket.