Regular Plural Nouns

Nouns that name more than one person, place, or thing are plural nouns. Nouns that name only one person, place, or thing are called singular nouns. To make most nouns plural, add -s or -es to the singular noun: pet becomes pets, fax becomes faxes, monkey becomes monkeys, and horse becomes horses. Plural nouns that are created this way are called regular plural nouns.


Plural Poems Together, write a poem using as many regular plural nouns as you can. The poems do not have to rhyme.