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Singular Plural Nouns
(Grade Levels: K-5)
Nouns are the first part of speech introduced to a child. Nouns are the names of people, places and things. The first concept that students need to learn is the difference between singular and plural nouns. Games such as Sort Me helps students visualize the difference between singular and plural nouns. Then, games like Yes or No: Singular Nouns, Yes or No: Plural Nouns, Bug Catcher: Singular Nouns and Bug Catcher: Plural Nouns help students learn to differentiate nouns that are singular and plural. Finally, students learn to identify singular and plural nouns in a sentence by playing Pick It: Singular Nouns and Pick It: Plural Nouns.
Once they have learned the difference between singular and plural nouns, students can advance their skills further by learning the rules to convert singular nouns to plural nouns. Students can start by reviewing the tutorial, followed by learning each rule with flashcards and playing games such as, Pick It, Write Right.
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Content Updates
Create a sentence
(Grade Levels: K, 1)
This game is designed to help students understand how the placement of words creates a sentence. There are two levels with two sets each. Students are asked to help Mr. Monkey to stay on schedule by dragging and dropping the words onto the train cars in the correct order. To complete each set of the game, students get to create 10 sentences. All sentences have only three words.
Synonyms
(Grade Levels: 2, 3)
This game is designed to help students understand the difference between simlar words. There are two sets to work with. Each set has five groups of words. Each group is described by a picture to help students visiualize the meaning of the word. Students are given a word bank and are asked to to group similar words by dragging and dropping the words next to each picture. To complete each set of the game, students have to group all five groups.
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