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Some nouns have chosen to go rogue, and they simply cannot have an ‘s’ at the end when they are in their plural form. Help your child identify these rogue nouns, and learn their proper plural forms with this free worksheet!

On this worksheet you will find twelve sentences. At the end of each sentence, there is a noun in parenthesis that explains what should be in the blank space; however, your little learner must turn that noun into its plural form.

Subject Pronouns Free PosterReflexive Pronouns 2Reflexive Pronouns 2Pronoun Practice 2Pronoun Practice 2Pronoun PracticePronoun PracticeSingular and Plural PronounsSingular and Plural Pronouns

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