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Students will learn and practice the three sounds of –ed, the inflectional ending for past tense. The activities in this packet will help your students read and write words with –ed and learn how to differentiate between the three different sounds (d, t, ed/id). *Ending sounds /ed/ and /id/ are inc
I made this cute Superhero themed activity to help my kiddos give me a quick check-in with their understanding of the suffix -ed, and the 3 different sounds it can make. They love it because it is Superhero themed, the clipart is super colorful, vibrant, and detailed...making the sort lots of fun!
Engage your beginning readers to decode past tense verbs with -ed ending by "Reading and Feeding the Elves"! Introductory video included to help teach concept and demonstrate activity!Skills covered:recognizing verb tenseidentifying sounds of -ed (/d/ /t/ /ed/)reading and using verbs with -ed ending
This product can be used as a powerpoint presentation but also includes a link to download to your Google Drive for use in Google Slides and Google Classroom.Students can sort the words based on the 3 sounds of suffix -ed. For a FREE sort with ay/ai spelling patterns, click here.For an editable vers
I created this phonics worksheet to help my first graders understand that suffix -ed can make 3 different sounds. It can be used to reinforce the skill of adding the inflectional ending -ed to show past tense in Scott Foresman Reading Street.
Students will read, highlight, cut and sort words with the inflectional ending (-ed) into 3 catergories based on their sound (/ed/, /t/, /d/). Enjoy!!!
Learning the suffix -ed and sounds of -ed is now much easier! Here is what is included:18 Cards:With these cards you can use the sorting headers to have students sort the sounds of ed under the sounds -d, -t, and -ed. There are 2 sets of cards. One set has the card words all in black and the sortin
21 Pages! These worksheets work on the 3 sounds of ed. ed as in /id/, ed as in /t/, and ed as in /d/.For all of the pages that have words that have /id/ sound like in “wanted” I included additional pages with –ed instead of saying /id/. Take a look below. This means you will see double pages, for th
The Make, Take & Teach Sorting Penguins activity is a fun winter-themed activity for practicing inflected endings (past tense -ed). When you download this activity you'll receive 3 arctic scenes and 88 colorful penguins with past tense verbs. Students sort the penguins according to the pronunc
All the Christmas themed activities you need to get your students to be verb masters! Activities could be used as stations, in small groups or independent/partner pairs "around the room". Keep your kiddos engaged in learning this Christmas season!**See PREVIEW for all included!**Identifying Verbs*
This word sort investigates the three sounds ED can make. Students are asked to cut out words, read them, and sort them by which sound ED makes, d, ed/id, or t. This activity targets: - Reading words with inflectional ending -Decoding words that include digraphs and blends -Practice decoding and
I created this color sorting worksheet as a way for my students to practice decoding and reading a word, with a suffix -ed, then listening to the sound the -ed makes. If the -ed suffix makes a T sound (/t/), they color the space blue, if the -ed suffix makes a D sound (/d/), they color the space gre
***ON SALE***Students need to read words with inflectional endings. As a step to get our students there, they need to hear and know the three sounds ed can make at the end of words and how those sounds are represented. This pocket chart activity is great for whole group instruction, small group inst
This printable allows children to practice identifying the sound -ed makes at the end of the word. They cut and paste depending on what sound the -ed makes: d, t, or ed.Can be used as practice or an assessment.*****************************************************************************Check out the
I created this for my students to practice sorting the different ending sounds of -ed. This is a single page download with an answer sheet. You can see the entire download by looking at the mini windows. Become a follower and take advantage of my Early Bird Specials...all of my new postings will
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1st - 2nd
In this inflectional ending sort you will get 3 pages of 36 words to sort into the three sounds of ed categories. Common Core Aligned.
Three Sounds of /ED/ Sort BUNDLE (Regular past tense verbs) Please see the preview for highlights from the Bundle. My language learners have grown so much, but pronouncing past tense /ed/ is still tricky! “We have ‘workid’ so hard on reading!” These word sorts have several choices • Color vers
Grades:
2nd - 3rd
Students sort the three different sounds the ending -ed makes, /id/, /t/, /d/. Fun winter theme, students click on the matching -ed sounds, drag matching -ed sounds to the word, and drag pictures to the correct -ed sound. Keep students engaged in different tasks.Boom Cards are self-grading, DIGITAL
Grades:
1st - 3rd
Great for fall and halloween literacy centers! Suitable for use with the Orton-Gillingham Approach or with programs based on similar principles. You might also like Go Fish! Games Bundle Your feedback is greatly appreciated! Thank you! Check out these Go Fish Phonics Games! Collect them all!
Three Sound of /ED/ Sort Set 1 Please see the preview for highlights from the Bundle. My language learners have grown so much, but pronouncing past tense /ed/ is still tricky! “We have ‘workid’ so hard on reading!” These word sorts have several choices • Color version • Print friendly version •
Grades:
1st - 3rd
This is a word sort for three sounds of the past tense ‘ed’. The file contains the word sort and the answers. To use you can't use presentation mode. Words our way Yellow Sort 46. For a better view of what the slides contain please look at the preview.Please try the free word sort below to try out m
This holiday verb sort includes three posters with 20 fun, winter-themed word cards using the suffix -ed. Students read the word and place it under the correct category (/ed/, /d/, or /t/). Then, students record the words in a graphic organizer to practice writing the words. Great for a whole group
Have your students practice identifying the three sounds -ed makes - /t/, /d/, and /ed/. Included: -two pages of coloring sorts -one page quiz to help you assess your students' progress -one page poster *************************************************************************** This resource is i
This differentiated word sort provides 3 levels of practice for students on the different sounds of -ed. Students will sort word cards and complete a recording sheet, or complete a cut & paste activity at their level. There are 3 classroom posters/anchor charts to post as a reference. This c

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