For plural and irregular plural nouns One Foot, Two Feet: Peter Maloney, Felicia Zekauskas.
Nueve & Nuevo are commonly confused by Spanish language learners because of the similarities in the phonetic. Here is the difference between them: While “Nueve” means number “9”, “Nuevo” is the Spanish version of the adjective “New” in masculine form, so you can find the word “Nueva” for “New” in feminine form, and “Nuevos”, & “Nuevas” if we want to express them in plural. Examples using the with the word “ Nueve”... more on Nueve vs Nuevo and excercises @ http://laspanish.com/las-blog/
Noun Poem and Noun Sort Activities: ---Nouns vs. Not Nouns ---Proper Nouns vs. Plural Nouns Second Grade
Enjoy using this freebie to practice adding s or es when forming plural nouns. Here's what's included *A sort for interactive notebooks *A foldable *A worksheet with answer key *Directions for use ***This product is part of my Plural Nouns Bundle.