Grade Levels: K-3

These family and homeschool activities are designed to complement the Plural Nouns topic on BrainPOP Jr.

Plural Book

Cut out pictures from old magazines or newspapers and have your child glue them into a notebook and label them with the singular and plural forms. For example, he or she might paste one picture of an apple and write the singular noun, and then paste several pictures of different apples and write the plural form. Make sure your child practices different spelling rules and uses a variety of words, both regular and irregular.

Plural Mad Lib

Create a “mad lib” by writing a story and creating blanks where there should be singular or plural nouns. You may want to take a short book and rewrite it without the nouns. Then have your child name or write singular or plural nouns to plug into the story. Read your “mad lib” together and share it with friends or family members.