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Kathy Hurlbert

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More than one-Adding "s" to make a noun plural

Tap add and select your name. Look at each box. In the first box you see one object and it's name. Think about how you would write the word to describe many of the same object. Use the label tool to write the word for each object to show many and move it into the correct box. When you are done, tap the mic and use the arrow to point and read your words. Tap the check to turn your work in.

2nd Grade, 1st Grade, English Language Arts
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