This is a word sort for words with the -ed ending and the 3 different sounds they make (/d/, /t/, /ed/). Each past tense verb word is on an alien robot. Students then send the alien back to his planet (d, t, or ed) which are also included.
Encourage students to ask themselves, "Is that a word?" (me
UPDATED 10/6/14 If you have purchased this file before this date, please re-download the file!
This is my favorite way to teach -ed endings. With this engaging activity pack, your students will learn to read words with -ed endings as well as the 3 sounds that -ed makes (d, t, ed).
This is a poster I have made to remind kids the different ways to pronounce the ending "-ed" on words...This tricky ending can sometimes sound like d, t, or even ed. The second page is just a practice page I place in a station for kids to use when we are working on ed....they simply take turns readi
FREEBIE! This reading center has students sorting the sound of -ed (suffix) into 3 categories; t - d - ed sound. There are 3 sets of words used with this center; short vowel sounds, long vowel sounds, and a mixed of short and long sounds.
This 20 page download includes:
4 charts: ING, ED, Rules for ING and Rules for ED
24 ING and ED task cards
All work can be used in centers, alone or with partners. This packet teaches the rules for adding ing or ed, while using the words in context.
Follows Storytown (grade 3) Uni
I made this game, so my students could practice knowing when to read words with an -ed ending with a short vowel sound or a long vowel sound. If your students are having trouble reading words like jammed, taped, skated, or batted correctly, this is a good way to reinforce those skills during small
This packet is a great way to help your students learn the three sounds of ed!
Here's what's included:
-ed says d,t,ed posters
-ed ending word sort
-ed ending flapbook
-ed ending write the room
-ed writing: write 3 sentences using each sound of ed, write as many words a you can in each column d,t,
This printable allows children to practice identifying the sound -ed makes at the end of the word. They color each crayon depending on what sound the -ed makes: d, t, or ed.
Can be used as practice or an assessment.
Did you know that this product is part of a Money Savings Bundle? Click here to take a look!
Please check out the preview to see the complete product.
Included in this product:
3 Henry Header Cards (for -ed endings /t/, /ed/, and /d/)
30 Word Sorting Cards (with a picture of Mudge on each one)
Adding -ed endings to words can be confusing for kids. This center focuses on adding -ed to short vowel words. Students have to determine whether or not to double the consonant and then add -ed. This is a great way to reinforce the -ed endings and have fun at the same time!
- Past Tense Verbs with Inflectional –ed Endings “I Have/Who Has” Game, a “Sorting Activity” and“Task Cards”
Past Tense Verbs with Inflectional –ed Endings from New and Noteworthy by Nita includes 3 activities, a suffix study guide, and
The first unit in our Reading Program addresses –ed Inflectiona
I created this book while studying penguins, and working on the ed ending with my kiddos. The students read the sentence, and change the verb from an "ing" ending to an "ed" ending and write a new sentence.
This product was designed to facilitate understandings about the 3 sounds for suffix -ed. The product contains:
- 3 sorting mats, 1 for each sound (color);
- 29 cards (9 for each sound) to sort (color);
- 1 mini-poster to serve as an anchor chart (color);
- student recording sheet (b/w).
In this hands on activity students will look at the pictures on the fish to help them read a word on each fish. They will then place the fish into the matching -ed ending fish bowl. The three fish bowl sounds include /t/, /d/, and /ed/. There are 4 fish with words and pictures to place in each of
This download is one of my best selling! It includes -ed ending posters, a read the room activity with recording sheet and three -ed sentence worksheets. Your student's will have so much fun hunting the room for all the words!
How to get TPT CREDIT to use on future purchases
Please go to your "M
-ed Endings: Recognizing the three sounds of -ed has never been more fun! Here are some fun word work activities to help your students with the three sounds of the -ed ending. I've included whole-group, small-group, and independent activities to help make learning fun!
This resource includes:
-ed endings updated 2016
This product contains two centers focusing on adding the -ed endings to short vowel words. The first activity is a great game to help students learn whether or not to double the consonant when adding -ed endings to short vowel words. Students select a card, place it on the
This is a great center, guided reading or independent activity to practice the different sounds of the –ed ending.
Have students read the words and decide which ending it has (-ed, d or t). Place the penguin in the correct spot.
Make sure to follow us to get an updates when new products are liste
I created these word sorts to use with my students for independent work.
These are different than other ed word sorts, pictures are included with each word for differentiation and emergent readers.
word cards with pictures, Color and BW
placement cards, Color and BW
These -ed endings printables are a perfect way to have your students practice recognizing the different sounds that -ed endings can make and when to use -ed endings in spelling! Whether you use this activity as morning work, as a literacy center word work activity, or a send-home homework packet for
Students will complete several activities to practice their pronunciation of -ed words. Answer keys are provided for easy assessment.
1. Take notes about the three different pronunciations and complete a word sort. (*notes and answer key provided)
2. Read a passage and annotate the -ed words with t
-using -ed ending words student sort them based on the sound the -ed is making.
***updated to include decodable words using orton-gillingham principles. Can be used to cut and paste into sort or can be read allowed for verbal coding practice.
I used ipad and recorded myself saying words and stud
Can you help catch -ed ending bug?
Within this packet your students can practice the 3 sound -ed can make (/t/, /d/, /ed/) by catching and sorting bugs!
Included in the packet:
ED ending sort (30 cards included; 10 for each -ed ending sound)
6 reinforcing student worksheets
1 cut and paste craft
Harvey the horse thief is at it again. He has stolen away all of the horses for miles, and locked them up in his secret stables. Nobody has been able to track down the location of the animals, but you stumbled upon the secret stables just last night. Now all you have to do is unlock each gate in ord
Suggested grade level: 1st and 2nd
Includes center sign, frogcards and matching worksheet.
Students make words with -ed endings and complete the worksheet.
Correlates with the second grade Harcourt Brace Trophies story, "Days with Frog and Toad."
Graphics used with permission of Thistlegirldesig
Teaching inflectional endings is so important, especially the three types of "ed." I have created a product that I use in my first grade classroom to help differentiated instruction with hands on materials.
This product includes words sorts, read, write, build pages, learning posters, and two sets
Each student can be a “Super Reader” with this great -ED ending sounds reading packet which can be used independent or with a small group. The -ED ending sounds included are: /t/, /d/, /ed/.
Within this packet there are 2 different styles of worksheets; 1. the students read the sentence provided a
Suggested grade level: 1st and 2nd
Includes center sign, fall cards and matching worksheet.
Students sort the cards into the different sounds that -ed makes and complete the worksheet.
Graphics used with permission of Thistlegirldesigns.
This Phonics Interactive Notebook - ED Endings is a perfect way to have your students practice working with words! Whether you use this activity as morning work, as a literacy center word work activity, or a send-home homework packet for the week, I have found this packet to be extremely beneficial
Have your students practice building, reading, and writing words with the ed ending in fun and engaging ways. This set offers a variety of pocket chart activities that allow for differentiation while practicing words with the -ed ending.
* Root Word and Word Ending Flap Cards
-ed endings - Posters, Printables and Flowcharts
This packet includes everything you need to teach the 3 sounds of the past tense
'-ed' ending. Do you know when '-ed' will say /id/, /d/, or /t/? This packet explains it all with:
-kid friendly flowcharts
-printables for independent pract
This literacy resource will help your students understand the sounds of -ed endings. I have included an -ed endings rule poster, sorting cards ( "t", "d", "ed" ), 18 verb cards with -ed endings, and 2 different recording pages.
This resource can be used several ways. It can be a Read/Write Around th
Are your students having trouble with the –ed ending? This fun game will give them lots of practice reinforcing that tricky sound
The Set includes:
72 word cards and 8 special cards.
How to Assemble and Play Directions
Game Tips & Tricks
How to Play: (2-4 players)Players take turns picking
Are you teaching past tense verb endings? This unit will help your students learn past tense verbs with ed endings and irregular past tense verbs. There are several interactive activities, anchor charts, and task cards.
This Past Tense Verbs Unit of Study includes
•1 Interactive notebook page
The letters ed offer three different sounds (/d/, /t/, /ed/) when added to the end of a word. This activity can be used in a pocket chart, whole group, or a variety of other ways. A recording sheet is also provided for assessment or accountability.
Graphics from Scrappindoodles
Fonts by Kevin &am
Color and Black and White: I created these word sorts to use with my students for independent work. My students enjoy the themed activities.
Students sort out words to determine if the last letter should be doubled or not before adding -ed. This is great independent spelling practice.
Thank you for your interest in my product.
Write the room activity
including 24 word cards,2 recording sheets and a word sort.
Please leave feedback!! Thanks in advance!
The first 24 hours all new items are 50% off. Happy Shopping!!
How to get TPT credit to use on future pur
This "-ed endings Word Work Craftivity - A Phonics Project" is a perfect way to have your students practice working with words and their fine motor skills including cutting, folding, drawing, etc! This phonics craftivity is a favorite of my students and really helps their understanding of the -ed en
Print the Pail Word Cards on cardstock, cut, and post around the room. Students travel around with the student page to read and write the root words posted, and then add -ed and -ing to the root word to make new words.
Correlates with Wonders 1st Grade Unit 6 Week 6, which reviews -ed/-ing endings t
What happens when Ted gets out of the shed he's trapped in? What will he find? This story allows practice of the "ed" ending and the words: three and four.
The story is ideal for 4 reading sessions, either with teacher or parent and includes phonetically related spelling list as well as comprehensio
This product contains a phonics word slider to help students identify and sort words into the correct -ed ending sound. There is a recording sheet to record their answers.
This product also contains anchor charts to guide the students to correctly sort their words.
Are you a 2nd or 3rd grade teacher looking for a way to help some of your struggling readers? If so, then this resource might be exactly what you need.
This unit includes everything you need to teach, review, and assess
-Hard/ Soft C
-Hard/ Soft G
-ed Endings (/t/- sound, /d/- sound, /id/- sound
Many ESL students find it difficult to know when to add an extra syllable to words ending in "ed" during both oral reading and speaking. This game helps ESL students master 3 pronunciations of "ed"- [t], [d], [id]. It also reinforces when the "ed" ending creates an additional syllable.
There are 4 R
"ED" endings connectors are created to help students understand the exact difference in the "ED" ending. I personally helped a little boy in third grade struggle with this and I created this template myself and worked every week with him on it. I was a little skeptical if it would work but I notic
Inflected Endings id,d,t (pronouncing "-ed" endings) Sorting Game
Parking Lot Game
This game is fun! Your students will love it.
The rules are simple:
Draw a car card, read the verb and drive your car on the right category
(-ed as /t/, -ed as /id/, -ed as /d/) in the parking lot.
Included in this
This package contains:
--- 6 boards
--- 3 sets of sentence cards with 54 sentences in each set
I made this game for my kids who still had trouble with spelling the endings of 'ed' words. It is a fun way to learn the differences and the game format ensures they want to play over and
Phonics Pick n Play: -ED ending (Similar to UNO)
*Students match words based on the 3 different sounds of -ed, while following the normal rules of UNO.
*Use the choose your own rule (black blank) cards to have students make up corresponding words or game rules!
*Words that are italicized are non
Does pronouncing the inflectional ending -ed affect your students' - especially your ELLs - fluency? These activities will have your students understanding and applying when to use the three pronunciations of - ed - /id/, /d/, and /t/ in no time.
This download includes a:
SORT in which the tea