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Year 1 Plurals - Adding 's' Worksheets | KS1 Grammar | Primary English

Year 1 | Plurals – Adding ‘s’ Worksheets

These Year 1 plurals – adding “s” worksheets show a group of singular nouns whereby your class will rewrite them as plural nouns. For example, “pen” becomes “pens”. Then, your pupils are shown numbered singular nouns to which they must add the plural nouns. For example, “one pig, three pigs”. Lastly, the worksheet shows three individual illustrated children, each with a labelled sentence. In these sentences, there’s a mix of both singular and plural nouns, and your class gets to decide which one to circle as the correct one.

This worksheet offers a fun way to introduce the concept of plurals and the addition of “s” to indicate nouns as more than one.

Our Year 1 grammar and writing worksheets are aligned with the KS1 primary national curriculum and can be used with your ideas for learning activities, differentiation, homework and lesson plans.

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