Obviously a noun refers to a person, place, or thing. We have been reciting that since early primary school. A plural refers to a group. Groups are two or more of anything. A plural noun therefore refers to a group of people, places, or things. Why don't we take a deeper dive in with a series of awesome worksheets?
The following collection of worksheets will help your students learn about plural nouns. Activities include identifying the correct noun pluralization, converting singular nouns into plurals, rewriting sentences from singular to plural, and more. Answer keys have been provided for each activity sheet for instructors. NOTE: Though not covered specifically in these sheets, please explain to your students that apostrophe-s is never used to make a noun plural, as it is reserved for contractions or possessives. Fun Fact: The practice of using an apostrophe-s to make a noun plural is known as the “Greengrocer’s apostrophe” (and it is very, very wrong).