I am a second grade teacher in central North Carolina. I have taught kindergarten in the past, but I truly love second grade! I am married to the love of my life, and we have two beautiful girls. I earned my bachelor's degree in education and sociology from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in 2003. After teaching a few years, I returned to school to receive my Master's Degree in Elementary Education in 2009. I love working with children because they love life and each new day is full of promises!
As I was looking through the files on my computer (you know you can never find what you are looking for but can always find something else), I came across this activity I did with my kids a few weeks ago. It is a plural noun scavenger hunt we did in our classroom. I hid the words around the room, and the kids went on a scavenger hunt to see if they could find them. Once they found the word, they had to decide if they needed to add -s or -es to the ending of the words in order to make them plural. Finally, they recorded it on their recording sheet. If you want a copy, just click on the pic below. Hope you can use it in your classroom.
(There is a recording sheet included along with pictures of nouns for you to hid around the room.)