We had already learnt that a noun is a person, place or thing and today we learnt about the 'rules' we use to make singular nouns into plural nouns.
We learnt that if a noun ends in - ch, sh, o, s, ss, x or z then we add -es. (or if the noun ends in a 'hissing' sound - apart from the o).
If nouns do not end in the above sounds then we just add -s. Mrs Tubby had written some noun cards, and using the above rule, we had to decide if we needed to add an -es or just an -s.
We had lots of fun matching the words up to their 'partners'....