Singular/Plural Nouns Grammar Quiz for 1st Grade

Singular/Plural Nouns Grammar Quiz for 1st Grade

Singular/Plural Nouns Grammar Quiz for 1st Grade


Understanding singular and plural nouns is an important foundation of grammar skills. In this article, we will provide a comprehensive yet engaging lesson on singular and plural nouns for 1st-grade students. Through interactive examples and practice exercises, young learners will grasp the basic rules of forming plural nouns by adding -s or -es. We will also cover irregular plural nouns that do not follow these standard rules. With the knowledge gained from this lesson, students will be well on their way to mastering this fundamental concept of English grammar. Our approach aims to make learning parts of speech fun while also setting students up for writing success.


Singular nouns name one person, place, thing, or idea. Plural nouns name more than one person, place, thing, or idea.

To make most nouns plural, we add -s or -es to the end of the word. For example,
  • Cat -> Cats
  • Dog -> Dogs
Some nouns that end in ch, sh, s, or x need -es added to make them plural. For example,
  • Bunch -> Bunches
  • Box -> Boxes
There are also some irregular plural nouns that don't follow the normal rules. For example,
  • Person -> People
  • Mouse -> Mice
  • Child -> Children
Let's practice! I'll say a singular noun and you make it plural by adding -s or -es.

  1. Cat - Cats
  2. Book - Books
  3. Bunch - Bunches
  4. Brush - Brushes
  5. Bus - Buses
Great job! Now you know the basics of singular and plural nouns. With practice, you'll be a plural noun expert in no time!

Singular/Plural Nouns Grammar Quiz for 1st Grade

Read each sentence. Select the naming word that means more than one.

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