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Comparative Endings Adding -er and -est Activities
There are 4 different activities to work on adding er and est for adjectives that compare. Activity 1: 4 worksheets - There are 2 worksheets (one has y needing to be changed to i and one does not) with 2 different ways to do the worksheet. The first way, all of the base words are given and studen
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Comparative Endings er and est
This item includes 24 word cards that can use the endings-er and -est. These cards can be used on as a scavenger hunt, whole/small group lessons on comparative endings, or a center activity. There are also two different worksheets included with this item.
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Comparative Endings { -er and -est }
This packet included hands on activities to help students master the use of comparative endings! These activities are great for small groups, stations, centers and more! Included in this packet: Compare and Match: Students match the words with comparative endings to the pictures. There are five
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Comparative Endings to Illustrate
Brain research tells us that including the arts helps to "internalize" learning. See how much your students have learned about comparatives and superlatives by having them illustrate these words! Rather than do the "creating" myself for this product, I prefer to allow the children a chance to be cr
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Big, Bigger, Biggest: Comparative Endings (freebie)
This little pack will help teach your kiddos about comparative endings -er and -est. It includes a poster, center, game, and a few practice pages!Enjoy!You might also like:Miss Lovely and Mr. Wonderful (-ly and -ful)Oat the Goat (oa and ow)Aww It's Paws & Auto (au and aw)
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Comparative Endings -er and -est Powerpoint Presentation
This colorful and animated PowerPoint will help your kids learn the rules for adding er and est to compare two more things. First review how it is used and then engage them in practice. Includes a link to a free printable and an online game for more practice.
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Comparative Endings Centers and Games
Comparative Endings –er & -est Centers and Games This resource contains directions for 7 different ways to play this game. All the games and centers focus on identifying and reading comparative endings -er and -est words. 1) Simple Sort- Students will sort comparative endings –er & -es
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Word Work - Comparative Endings
Welcome to Word Work! This pack contains 10 word work activities for your students. After just a small amount of prep work, your job is done and your students will have plenty to choose from! The centers stay the same each week in order for students to become comfortable and independent with their W
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Comparative Endings -er and est : Adjectives that Compare
There are 24 task cards where the students need to decide if they should be using the word with the ending -er or -est. There are also cards that ask what word mean more happy and students need to pick the correct choice. Can be used as a SCOOT where you place the cards around the room and student
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Word Work: Comparative Endings er and est
Enjoy the 9 center activities to use with the comparative endings -er and -est! Activities can be used in guided reading groups or for independent center work. Activities include: 1) Highlight a Word 2) Cut and Sort 3) Write in Color 4) Unscramble the Word 5) What's Missing? 6) Study Cards 7) Sla
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Comparative Endings
This is an activity dealing with comparative endings. You may use this activity as center work, for early finishers, read the room, or any other way you see fit. It contains: *Directions sheet for display, includes an example *18 numbered task cards with a short sentence and 3 word choices *A recor
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Comparative Endings -er and est: Adjectives that Compare - 1st Grade Version
*PLEASE READ - This is an easier version of the other comparative ending task cards that I have listed in my store. I edited these for my 1st grade class. The sentences are basically the same, but some names have been changed for easier reading. I also took out any words that end in y where it would
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Freddy Fox's  Comparative Endings _er and _est Game RF.1.3, RF.2.3
Your students will have a great time helping Freddy Fox read the words to find his way through the forest to find his brothers and sisters. Students roll the dice and read the word to his or her partner. He or she then writes the word in a sentence to earn a point. Whoever earns the most points by t
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Comparative Endings-
This mini unit will help your students learn about the comparative endings of -er and -est. I have included a teaching poster, word cards, sorting cards for -er, -est, and base word. It also includes a recording sheet. I have also included 12 task cards with sentences for students to read and deci
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Comparative Endings with QR Codes {includes -er and -est}
Overview: Use your iPads in a fun and engaging way to help your students to identify and use comparative endings! Your students will read each sentence and the three answer choices. Students will choose the correct word and write it on the recording sheet next to the appropriate number. Next, stud
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Learning Comparative Endings -er and -est
This activity reinforces comparative endings -er and -est. The students are given great visuals and must determine which comparative ending the picture describes. This can done in centers, completed individually, or done whole group by displaying it on the overhead projector to enhance a lesson on
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Comparative Endings -er -est
There are 24 cards in total: 3 cards for each word - the base word, -er, and -est. Words are: fast, faster, fastest, small, smaller, smallest, long, longer, longest, fat, fatter, fattest, big, bigger, biggest, cold, colder, coldest, hot, hotter, hottest, short, shorter, shortest. There is also a
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5 Centers for A Weed Is a Flower Gr 2 Unit 3 Week 5 {comparative endings}
This center game was created to go along with the Reading Street Series ©2007 Grade 2, Unit 3, Week 5 story A Weed Is a Flower. This file contains the following centers: 1st center is a simple sorting center {er, est} This comes with: *2 sorting mats *36 word cards *2 recording sheets for
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Comparative Endings- 3 Scoops
In this colorful and delicious game students will be making ice cream cones with scools of base words and comparative endings added to those words. The comparative ends are in a different color so students can see the base word in each scoop! This is a game you and your students will want to keep
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Comparative Endings (er and est) Printables and Activities
This resource includes 6 pages of word work printables and activities for your students to practice working with the comparative endings -er and -est. Please be sure to rate this product! Thank you for your purchase!
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School is the Best! Comparative Endings Literacy Station Game RF.1.3, RF.2.3
Your students will have a great time helping the class read the words to go outside for recess. Students roll the dice and read the word to his or her partner. He or she then writes the word in a sentence to earn a point. Whoever earns the most points by the end of the game wins! *This game correla
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Comparative  Endings-  er est go fish game
In this activity, students will find correlating comparative endings using er and est to compare adjectives. This activity can be used as a go fish, matching, or Kagan find your partner game. It also includes a recording paper to record sets that are made. Included are 36 cards which combine for
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4 In a Row: Comparative Endings -er, -est
This 4 In a Row game was designed to include a sampling of words with comparative endings -er, -est. It is a fun way for children to practice and apply their knowledge of these phonics skills in an engaging way!
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Comparative Endings- 3 in a Row Match
In this fun work station students will be looking for a 3 in a row match to find comparative words. They will have to locate the base word and then find the matching words that share the same base word. I have for my lower kids highlighted the base word on all the cards so they can see if they h
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