Free Plurals worksheets

This 10-page printable packet contains 5 worksheets (& their answer keys) introducing and practicing the rules of forming plurals in Spanish.

The pictures and vocabulary used are appropriate for most Spanish classrooms from middle school and high school into beginning college Spanish.

Complete answer keys are provided, and the last page also addresses making surnames plural (i.e. “The Smiths” = Los Smith).

Sample pages from this packet — click to view larger:

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Click Here to open this free printable Spanish worksheets packet.

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20 Responses to Free Plurals worksheets

  1. Bri says:

    Hi! My students and I were reviewing this worksheet and got stumped on the word “boño.” I could not find it in any dictionary and have never heard it. Can you help us out?!

    • mirror_eyes says:

      Haha! Good catch! My error has been corrected (to baño) and the updated file has replaced the old. My bad. 😳

      I would like to offer you a free printable PDF for taking the time to point out this mistyped word…
      If you accept, please choose an item from the Premium Content page, and send me a note along with your email address — to: laff4ts [at] Hotmail [dot com]. 😀

  2. carmen says:

    all your resources are visually lovely, clear and well thought out, thank you.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Your Worksheets are so helpful. I have three 5th graders who are new to my class and by implementing your worksheets, they have caught up with the rest of the class (still a working progress). I owe you so much. I really want to thank you for taking the time to share some of your content and making it free for those of us who don’t have the resources easily accessible or have the money to spend for more elaborate Worksheets. I really appreciate it!

  4. maestravila says:

    Fantastico! I love the visuals. Do you have any examples with words that have accented i or u at the end? I included that in my lesson as well.

  5. Goran_90 says:

    These worksheets are brilliant, thank you so much!! Some basic rules are explained in a clear way, and there are a lot of examples and exercises. Well done! Best regards from Montenegro 😉

  6. Joy Blythe says:

    Thank you so much! I needed something I could give as extra practice for my beginner level Spanish students. Perfecto! And free!

  7. Anonymous says:

    thank you a lot for these worksheet this will help me in my paper of spanish a lot
    hoping to get to the bestest marks in spanish this time
    due to you
    gracias mucho

    • Naomi says:

      Hello, its very helpful but I can’t seem to find the answer keys

      • mirror_eyes says:

        Hello, Naomi, and thank you for your feedback! All worksheets that have answer keys will include them right in the PDF file. All you have to do is advance to the next page — usually by rolling the wheel on your mouse, or clicking an arrow to go to the next page in the file. When you see red lettering, THAT is the answer key. Most of them even have the word KEY in red font at the top of the page.
        If there are any other specific worksheets you are inquiring about, please let me know, so I can help. 🙂
        However, I can tell you right away — since your comment was placed on the Plurals packet page — that the PDF file for that worksheet packet contains 10 pages, half of which are answer keys. Page 1 is a worksheet, page 2 is its answer key… Page 3 is a worksheet, page 4 is its answer key… and so on.
        Hope this helps! 😛

  8. Cass C says:

    These are incredible. I’m a new Spanish teacher and so grateful for detailed sheets / answer keys like this. Thank you so much, really love these! xoxo

  9. Anonymous says:

    This is a great resource – thank you!! 🙂

  10. Kat says:


    i like your printables, i would like to know what does gofre mean? I am native Spanish speaker and the only thing i can think about that word is “cofre” maybe?

    • mirror_eyes says:

      Gofre = waffle – a “Belgian” style waffle that my children enjoyed when I first created my Spanish food vocab list, back in the 1990’s. LOL 😀