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  • Hannah Laird

    Cool idea for teaching irregular and regular plurals from the 5th Grade Rocks, 5th Grade Rules Blog

  • Bridget Belcastro

    Teaching Ideas. Like this kinesthetic strategy. I like how it uses irregular plurals.

  • Alison Wiks

    Language Arts - Plural Noun Practice (fold down flap to make plural word)

  • Lyndee Hayes

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

  • nio niehverr

    this is how we will teach our kids: irregular plural nouns

  • Jen Mirosevic

    Classroom ideas / irregular plurals

  • Melissa Hoppen

    5th Grade Rocks; Posting Irregular Plural Nouns

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This is a cheap and simple way to practice plurals with students: write the noun on the sentence strip, fold the right hand corner to cover up whatever gets taken away on the reform of the word, then write the new ending that makes the word plural.

5th Grade Rocks, 5TH Grade Rules: Posting Plurals

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Worksheets: Irregular Plural Nouns

Irregular Plurals- This is a reminder poster that can be hung up in the classroom as a reminder for the different rules when changing words from singular to plural.

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Teaching Plurals - you can use this technique to teach student's both native and foreign spelling!