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Year 1 Plurals – KS1 SPaG Activities Pack

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This pack contains all you need to teach a Y1 lesson on making plurals by adding ‘s’ or ‘es’, or to revise the topic with pupils.

It includes:

  • colourful posters for teaching
  • a word sort activity
  • worksheets for children to practise and apply their new grammar knowledge

What is a plural?

Plurals, or the plural form (as opposed to the singular form) are words that denote when there is more than one of something. This is most commonly done by adding the suffix ‘-s’ or ‘-es’ to a word.

However, there are examples of irregular plurals (sheep, child/children).

’-s’ and ‘-es’ suffix plural examples

  • dogs
  • girls
  • books
  • foxes
  • bushes
  • patches

National Curriculum English programme of study links

Pupils should be taught to add prefixes and suffixes, using the spelling rule for adding ‘-s’ or ‘-es’ as the plural marker for nouns and the third person singular marker for verbs.

  • teacher notes
  • posters
  • word sort activity
  • worksheets
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