This no prep game is designed to help students become confident adding ed and ing endings to words. The following word structures are included: ★ Words with a short vowel and one consonant after the vowel (CVC).★ Words with a short vowel and two or more consonants after the vowel (such as CVCC). ★
This product includes 13 worksheets, 1 hands-on activity, and 2 NO-PREP games all relating to the –ed and –ing endings. NOTE: This resource only includes words with no spelling changes when adding –ed and –ing.What's Included?2 “Let’s Find The Root Word” Activities2 “Let’s Find The Root Word and Inf
This print and play game is for working with inflectional endings (-s), (-ed), and (-ing). The students draw a card and roll the die, then they record their "root" word, ending, and new word on the recorder sheet!
Endings –ed & -ing 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 -ed and -ing ending words.
1) Simple Sort- Students will sort comparative endings –ed & -ing word cards
2) Race to
Worried that your kids need more movement or engagement? This FUN phonics activity was specifically designed be used during instruction in the classroom or for digital learning! Get kids moving while staying safe and practicing past tense verbs with an ed ending! CLICK HERE TO SAVE ON THE BIG BUNDLE
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Teaching inflectional endings can be tricky for young readers. This product gives plenty of review and reinforcement, plus discreet "fun sheet" assessment activities for teachers to monitor student progress.
Included in this pack:
This is a fun little game for students to play in partners. It's aligned with Unit 1, Week 3 phonics lesson in the 2011 Reading Street (3rd grade) Edition, but you don't have to have Reading Street to use it! Students make their way around a baseball field to score as many runs as possible by makin
Two games included! Scoot is a fun game to get students moving while learning about inflectional endings! 24 ed and ing endings task cards per game, plus recording sheets, instructions and answer key. All students can play at the same time as they move around the room, read the words, and complet
In this engaging game pack students will work with a variety of ways we use the inflected endings -ed and -ing. With this ready to use differentiated pack, you can't go wrong!
In game one, Fish Bowl Sort, students will listen for the sounds that -ed can make at the end of a word. There is a pictu
Your students will have a great time helping the pirates read the words to find the buried treasure. 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!
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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 DirectionsGame Tips & TricksHow to Play: (2-4 players)Players take turns picking a c
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Lessons, Worksheets, Materials, Visual Aids, and Games to teach Reading & Writing of Suffixes -ed (past tense) & -ing (happening now) in: 96 PAGES!!!
★Magic e words (drop the e add -ing OR drop the e ad
Are you looking for some fun -ED ENDINGS - REGULAR VERBS PRONUNCIATION GAME? This set of SOUND CARDS is your solution. Distance learning can be enjoyable, effective, and ON A BUDGET!This game Includes: A total of 16 cards· 15 cards in which students will (REVIEW, READ, LISTEN and DRAG)· A REVIEW of
Looking for a fun way to practice endings -ed and -ing? Go no further! This game is played similarly to the popular game Sorry! Students take turns rolling, moving and reading words with endings -ed and -ing. Land on an opponents space and Oops!, you get sent back home. Spelling words with endings -
Make phonics, reading, and spelling practice fun with this Jenga game for phonemic awareness and language arts! This set contains cards for practice with the suffix -ed (includes words where the -ed sounds like /ed/ /d/ and /t/). These cards are to be used with this color Jenga set: Lewo Wooden Stac
Looking for a fun way to practice inflected ending -ed? Go no further! This game is played similarly to the popular game Sorry! Students take turns rolling, moving and reading words with inflected ending -ed. Land on an opponents space and Oops, you get sent back home. This game fits nicely with the
This sight word card game focuses on words with "ed" and 'ing". In this game students take turns reading chosen words from a card deck. Students keep the word card if read correctly. If not, the card goes to the bottom of the deck. Keep an eye out for the special fun cards that are mixed in with the
This is a great Base Words and Endings sort to use with Dragon Gets By, in Theme 1, Silly Stories of Houghton Mifflin Reading Series. The Phonics Review Skill for this selection is Base words and their endings and this is a great tool for your class. Laminate these cards and use them with a whole gr
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
Independent or small group practice matching games. These are easily stored in foldable pockets. There are 48 milk and donut cards for 24 matches for each game. I laminate the colored version and keep for small group instruction. The black and white version my students keep in baggies (or you can gl
This card game set allows the user to play 4 different, well-known games: Go Fish, Bang, Memory and Old Maid. It incorporates words with inflected ending -ed. These are great to play in center groups either with the teacher or independently as the goal is for the children to be reading the words aga
This engaging alternative to traditional word sorts will help your students master the inflectional ending –ed.
Students mix and match base words with the four - ed inflectional endings in this engaging activity. 120 words are covered, in 8 sets of 15. The left side cards show the dog used in th
Apple “ed” Ending Sounds Games and Centers will have your students practicing the 3 sounds of the suffix-ed.This pack has a few fun games and centers to practice the sounds of "ed".Materials included in this pack:• 1 poster to help distinguish “ed” sounds• 1 Playing Mat to sort words • 48 task cards