Working with Plural Nouns Center

Hi everyone!!!

I hope you had a wonderful Fourth of July!!! I know we did!!!
(That's actually Duncan's pool!) 

We saw LOTS of fireworks and had a great time BBQing with family (my favorite things!!!) 

Today I posted my Working with Plural Nouns centers!

There are three different options  in this pack: A scoot around the room (where students look for "hidden" cards around the classroom and determine the appropriate plural form of the noun), a sort to be used at an individual station (where students sort word cards based on their plural form ending), or a sort with self checking QR codes {if your students have devices that can scan QR codes}.

There are also student directions (with QR codes sos students can scan and HEAR the directions being read to them!), teacher direction (which can be helpful for volunteers!), recording sheets & answer keys for every activity, and plural noun rule posters (to hang on a bulletin board or place at a center!). 

I created this to use with my 2nd grade students at the beginning of the school year, although you could definitely use them in 1st or 3rd, depending on your students and their needs! 

Also- this activity aligns with the 2nd grade Wonders series: Unit 1, Week 1; Word Work Skill {plural nouns}. However, you DO NOT need to be using the Wonders curriculum to enjoy and use these centers! 

Have a wonderful July 5th! 


  1. What QR reader do you have your students use in class for reading the QRs?

  2. Hi Jen! :) I'm a 1:1 iPad class, so my students use either RedLaser or Qrafter to scan QR codes. :)

  3. Thank you for the plural nouns activities. These will be perfect for my 2nd graders.
    The Traveling Teacher

  4. Great activities! Can't wait to print and laminate.

  5. I just found your teaching blog and I'm so excited! I recently moved and I have been teaching first grade for awhile, but I just accepted a 2nd grade position in our new town. I have been feeling kind of bummed because I love first grade and to be honest I am very nervous about learning a whole new curriculum. I came onto your blog and read about how much you love 2nd grade and how it's better than 1st. :) I am really hoping I feel the same way. It made me feel a lot more comfortable and enthusiastic about exploring 2nd grade. Thanks for that!


    P.S. Your baby is adorable!