Plural Endings: -ES

Plural Endings: -ES

Challenge your child to pluralize nouns on their spelling lists.
The Sparkle Game is a fun, engaging way for students to practise spelling. Have students stand in a circle; tell them the singular form of a noun and ask them to spell the plural form. Then, select one student to start a word by saying only the first letter. Moving clockwise, each student will say the next letter of the word to create its plural form. Anyone who says the wrong letter must sit down. The last student standing is the winner!
Plural Nouns Word Search
Plural Nouns Word Search
Worksheet
Plural Nouns Word Search
Practise spelling singular nouns correctly as plural nouns ending with s and es.
Year 3
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Singular Nouns to Plural Nouns
Singular Nouns to Plural Nouns
Worksheet
Singular Nouns to Plural Nouns
Kids can practise changing singular nouns to plural nouns that end with s or es.
Year 3
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Plurals: Add
Plurals: Add "s" or "es"
Worksheet
Plurals: Add "s" or "es"
On this year three reading worksheet, kids practise adding "s" or "es" to singular nouns to change them to plurals.
Year 3
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Plural Ending Sort
Plural Ending Sort
Worksheet
Plural Ending Sort
Not all nouns are created equal. Help your child work on their tricky plural noun endings with this fun word sort!
Year 3
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Plural Nouns: Final Letter Clues
Plural Nouns: Final Letter Clues
Worksheet
Plural Nouns: Final Letter Clues
Are your students confusing plural noun endings? Use this worksheet to help them with noun pluralization patterns! Students will put on their detective hats as they search for clues in singular nouns that will help them determine the correct plural form.
Year 3
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Find the Plural Nouns
Find the Plural Nouns
Worksheet
Find the Plural Nouns
Students will write the plural for each word by adding -s or -es to the end, then circle the plural forms found in the word search.
Year 3
Reading & Writing
Worksheet

Using Line Plots to Represent Data

Using Line Plots to Represent Data

Point out the different types of data you find when reading the newspaper, viewing online articles, and in books. Encourage your child to think about the many different ways to represent data!
Have students write their names on sticky notes. Next, project a simple line plot on the whiteboard (student birthdays, favorite ice cream, number of siblings, etc.) and have students use their sticky notes to plot the data! This is a great, hands-on way to introduce students to line plots.
Word Problems: Interpreting Line Plots
Word Problems: Interpreting Line Plots
Worksheet
Word Problems: Interpreting Line Plots
Students will have a chance to practise solving word problems using line plots with this worksheet.
Year 4
Maths
Worksheet
Interpret the Line Plot
Interpret the Line Plot
Worksheet
Interpret the Line Plot
Students will get important practise analyzing line plots in this graphing and data worksheet.
Year 4
Maths
Worksheet
Student Height Line Plot
Student Height Line Plot
Worksheet
Student Height Line Plot
Who's the tallest in the class? Using this resource, your class will measure and graph their each other's heights with a line plot.
Year 4
Maths
Worksheet
Create a Line Plot with Your Own Data
Create a Line Plot with Your Own Data
Worksheet
Create a Line Plot with Your Own Data
Let your students become researchers with this line plot template.
Year 4
Maths
Worksheet
Line Plots: Representing the Length of Classroom Items
Line Plots: Representing the Length of Classroom Items
Lesson plan
Line Plots: Representing the Length of Classroom Items
In this lesson, your students will measure the lengths of items and then make a line plot to show the measurement data. They will get hands-on by measuring and surveying the class.
Year 3
Maths
Lesson plan
Understanding Line Plots
Understanding Line Plots
Lesson plan
Understanding Line Plots
This lesson provides students with the opportunity to critically think about data. Use this lesson alongside Line Plots: Representing the Length of Classroom Items or as a stand alone lesson.
Year 3
Maths
Lesson plan

Figurative Meaning

Figurative Meaning

The "Amelia Bedelia" series by Peggy Parish is a great resource for introducing figurative language. Amelia Bedelia frequently misinterprets what other characters say because she takes idioms and expressions literally.
The "Amelia Bedelia" series by Peggy Parish is a great resource for introducing and practising figurative language. Amelia Bedelia frequently misinterprets what other characters say because she takes idioms and expressions literally. Students will have a great time trying to decipher the source of Amelia Bedelia's misunderstandings while improving their understanding of figurative language.
My Own Idiom
My Own Idiom
Worksheet
My Own Idiom
Many idioms are a dime a dozen. Give kids a chance to flex their figurative language skills and creativity by having them write and illustrate their very own idioms. Students will find that time really does fly when they're having fun!
Year 3
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Rainy Day Friend Classroom Story
Rainy Day Friend Classroom Story
Worksheet
Rainy Day Friend Classroom Story
This classroom story will help kids to recognise and analyze figurative language in text.
Year 3
Worksheet
Mixed Up Idioms
Mixed Up Idioms
Worksheet
Mixed Up Idioms
What in the world? Your students will have a blast unpacking the meaning of common idioms and creating original art as they learn the difference between literal and figurative interpretations of sayings.
Year 3
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Get the Picture? Take a Shot at Idioms
Get the Picture? Take a Shot at Idioms
Lesson plan
Get the Picture? Take a Shot at Idioms
Use a short story that can be told entirely in idioms and students will get the picture! Students match story strip text to idioms in this interactive exercise that includes a matching worksheet assessment.
Year 3
Maths
Lesson plan
Idioms
Idioms
Lesson plan
Idioms
Idioms are especially difficult for English Language Learners! Give your students an introduction to idioms with this lesson.
Year 3
Maths
Lesson plan
The Missing Dragon: Level L
The Missing Dragon: Level L
Story
The Missing Dragon: Level L
In this levelled book, children follow along with a relatable story about a boy losing his brother's beloved toy.
Year 3
Reading & Writing
Story

Figurative Language: Hyperbole

Figurative Language: Hyperbole

Hyperbole is extreme over-exaggeration, such as "I'm so hungry I could eat a horse!" Together with your child, try to think of as many hyperbole examples as you can!
Tall Tales are a great way to introduce students to hyperbole. Read students a tall tale and ask them to identify which parts they think are exaggerated or are hyperbolic. Discuss why an author would use hyperbole to enhance their story, and encourage students to experiment with hyperbole in their own writing.
Examples of Hyperbole
Examples of Hyperbole
Worksheet
Examples of Hyperbole
Suffering from boring story syndrome? Never fear, Captain Hyperbole is here! Turn a bland statement into something incredible with the power of exaggeration.
Year 6
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Hysterical Hyperboles
Hysterical Hyperboles
Worksheet
Hysterical Hyperboles
Give your child hyperbole practise with this fun worksheet. They'll need use their imagination to finish each sentence with a fun hyperbole.
Year 3
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Hyperbole
Hyperbole
Worksheet
Hyperbole
Your mind will burst with knowledge after completing this hyperbole activity! Turn normal skills and traits into lager-than-life abilities using exaggeration.
Year 6
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Hyperbole Meaning
Hyperbole Meaning
Worksheet
Hyperbole Meaning
Working on figurative language skills? Assess student understanding of simple hyperboles with this writing exercise. Your kids will be hyperbole hotshots when they've finished this worksheet!
Year 3
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Helpful Hyperboles
Helpful Hyperboles
Worksheet
Helpful Hyperboles
Hyperboles are a fun way to get students thinking outside the box when it comes to their writing and descriptions. Use this exercise to get the creative juices flowing as students write their own hyperboles to describe each subject.
Year 3
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
I Hate Spiders: Level N
I Hate Spiders: Level N
Story
I Hate Spiders: Level N
In this interactive text, advancing readers can learn about all the good things spiders do for nature, and practise age-appropriate reading skills, too.
Year 3
Reading & Writing
Story
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