Sensory Bin: Regular and Irregular Plural Nouns

(1 customer review)


This product was made as a sensory bin activity but can also be used as flash cards with any game or activity.

Number of pages: 32


Plural nouns! Are you struggling to each irregular plurals while keeping kids engaged? This grammar product makes it both easy and engaging to teach plurals. Use these cards in a sensory bin activity or with any motivating game or activity.

Practice high-frequency regular plurals and irregular plurals.


  • 27 regular plural noun cherry clusters (bright red cherries)
  • 27 irregular plural noun cherry clusters (dull red cherries)
  • 4 regular plural noun bingo game boards
  • 4 irregular plural noun bingo game boards

Cut and laminate the cherries. Hide them with the stems visible in a sensory bin. Pick a cherry and produce the correct plural form of the noun!

Each cherry cluster has 2 cherries – the first cherry contains a single picture of the noun, and the other contains two or more pictures of the noun.
Prompt: “1 duck, 3…” “ducks”

Use the bingo game boards with the cherry pictures. Pick a cherry cluster from the sensory bin, say the correct plural form, then find the corresponding picture on the bingo sheet and mark it. First to 5 in a row wins! Use the game for generalization purposes by putting the plural noun in a phrase or sentence.

What are sensory bins?
Sensory bins are a tactile experience in a container usually filled with beans, rice, noodles, beads, corn or sand. In addition to putting in the cherries, you may put in any toys to target plurals or toys that are a motivator (e.g. pick a cherry & say the correct plural form, then find a dinosaur hiding in the rice).



⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️“Great way to teach plurals. The students normally disengage in grammar tasks but this one keeps them interested!”

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️“I drew a tree on my dry erase board and stuck the cherries on with sticky tack. I put points on the back of them and had students take turns collecting cherries and naming the plural nouns and then counted up the point totals at the end. They loved it!”



Plural Nouns Unit



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1 review for Sensory Bin: Regular and Irregular Plural Nouns

  1. Pamela

    What a clever and creative way to teach irregular verbs. My student enjoyed playing the Bingo game.

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