Looking for a fun way to help reinfoce when to add s or es at the end of a word? This cute, St. Patrick’s Day Plural Activity is a fun addition to your language arts activities with first graders in March. Simply print the cut-and-paste plurals es worksheet and you are ready to play and learn!
There are lots of fun rules for plurals and these cut-and-paste plural activities are a great one for working on when to add s or es. This week we started a whole new adventure in our literacy journey. For the past few years, our lessons have focused on learning syllable types that will help us read and spell words. But this week, we are focusing on a rule that mainly helps with spelling. We are working on when do you add an “s” to a plural word vs when you need to add an “es” with this free printable plural es worksheet for grade 1.
Most the time when we are changing a word from singular to plural, we just add an s. Of course, we have words that totally change, mouse to mice. And we have words that drop the “Y”, such as sky to skies. Other times, we add an “es”. And that is what this activity is all about. When do we add that “es”.
We add the es to words when they end in the following:
This St. Patrick’s Day activity is a fun way to help children practice when to add the “es” vs “s”. Before we began, we brainstormed all the ways that required us to use the “es”. We wrote this on a whiteboard, and I reminded my little girl of any ones she forgot.
Then I had her cut out the coins.
Next, we read the words. Then I would ask her if I should add the “s” or the “es”. If she couldn’t remember, I would ask her what did the word end in. We would then look on the white board. If the ending wasn’t on the white board, she knew she had to glue on the “s”. If the ending was on the white board, she would pick up the “es” to glue on.
It was a simple way for us to focus on endings and which one needed that special “es”.
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