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Comparative and Superlative Endings Game: Adding er and est Endings
This Roll, Read and Write Comparatives and Superlatives pack is designed to help students become confident adding -er and -ing endings. This file includes: ★ A poster explaining the –er ending. ★ A poster explaining the –est ending. ★ A poster with the rule for doubling the final consonant (
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Illustrating er and est ending
This is a sheet I created to go with the Reading Street Unit 3, Week 6 story "Where Are My Animal Friends?" Students practice the spelling words for that week by writing the -er and -est words, then identifying and writing the base word. Then they illustrate each with their own examples. Blackline i
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Phonics: oo ou words and -er -est endings poem with questions FREE!
Phonics: oo ou words and -er -est endings poem with questions You can customize this by deleting whatever you do not need. It is customizable! There is a poem that students must read, then identify oo ou words and -er -est comparative endings. Then they must answer questions about the poem (Whe
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Adjectives That Compare - ER and EST Endings - Common Core.
Adjectives That Compare - ER and EST Endings- Common Core. This is a great activity to help your students recognize when to use an ER or EST ending. This is a great resource for classwork, learning centers, homework or extra support.
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Comparative (er and est) Endings Activity/Worksheet Pack
This is a packet of 10 worksheets/activities to help students practice spelling and recognizing er and est words. The packet includes the following activities: a spin and spell, write the word in all 3 forms, picture/word writing, circling the correct spelling of the word, using er or est in a sent
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Comparative Kids (Base Words and -er and -est Endings)
Suggested grade level: 1st and 2nd Includes center sign, children cards and matching worksheet. Students match the cards by suding the base word with -er and -est and complete the worksheet. Correlates with the first grade Harcourt Brace Trophies story, "Friends Forever." Graphics used with permi
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Adjectives that compare - ER and EST Endings - Common Core
Adjectives that compare - ER and EST Endings - There is a 4 page resource (8 questions per page) that will help your students master how to determine whether to use a word with an "ER" or an "EST" ending. These are great worksheets for classwork, learning centers, homework or for extra support.
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Comparatives: Adding -er and -est Endings
Practice comparatives and determining when to add -er or -est word endings using this activity which includes: -48 sentence cards -48 word cards
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Where Are My Animal Friends Phonics & Grammar:-er/-est endings, dge;Contractions
This quiz is aligned with Scott Foresman's Reading Street story Frog and Toad. It covers the phonics skills of Comparative Endings (-er, -est), dge, as well as the grammar skill of Contractions (with not).
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Comparative and Superlative - ER and EST endings - EDITABLE Worksheets w/ visual
Sometimes the most intuitive concepts are the hardest to teach. My class had a lot of trouble figuring out when something was comparative (he’s taller than me) and when it was superlative (he’s the tallest guy in the room). After endless examples and multiple attempts to just talk louder, I put to
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Around the Room - -er/-est Endings (Owls)
Print the Owl 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 -er and -est to the root word to make new words. Correlates with Wonders 1st Grade Unit 5 Week 6, which reviews er/est endings that
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Go Fish! affix y and -er and -est endings
Students play Go Fish! while reading 'y' ending words that add the comparative endings. Each student starts with 5 cards and asks another student for the match of one of their cards. If the other player has the match, he or she must give it to the first player. If the other player does not have the
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Base Words with -er and -est Endings--Ocean Fun Literacy Center (eLesson)
This easy-to-use, research-based literacy center focuses on the five areas of reading. The center contains differentiated activities to meet the needs of all learners, recommended children's literature, and a letter to build a school-home connection. Deepen students' literacy skills with this easy-t
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Faster or Fastest? ('er' and 'est' endings)
This writing unit provides four activity pages in which students compare objects (animals, cakes, cookies, etc.) by using words with 'er' or 'est' endings. Students write complete sentences and draw to describe the comparison, begin each sentence with a capital letter, and end the sentence with appr
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Base Words with -er and -est Endings - Ocean Fun Literacy Center
This easy-to-use, research-based literacy center focuses on the five areas of reading. The center contains differentiated activities to meet the needs of all learners, recommended children's literature, and a letter to build a school-home connection. Deepen students' literacy skills with this easy-t
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Suffixes Word Endings (-s, -es) (-s, -ed, -ing) (-er, -est) - RF.1.3f, RF2.3d
I made this activity pack to correlate with our Word Work...it also of course can be used as a Language Arts activity. I needed my kiddos to practice with the suffixes of plurals in terms of nouns and verbs. So I created a basic intro worksheet that shows the kiddos when to use -s or -es. Then I
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Suffixes Powerpoint (-er, -est, -ful, -less, -able, -er as a person)
Are you looking for an introduction Power Point for suffixes? If so, this highly interactive Power Point may be exactly what you are looking for! It is fully animated as well. Answers do not appear on the screen until the teacher clicks the mouse. It even includes a PowerPoint companion handout so
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Critter  Comparing -Suffixes "-er", "-est"
Check out my other comparing units! Fall Comparing Suffixes -er, est Christmas COmparing Suffixes -er, -est Cupid Comparing Suffixes -er, -est Critter Comparing Mini Suffix Unit -er, -est Skill Posters- black and white & color. Includes posters describing Suffix, Base Word, change y to i
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Doubling the Final Consonant (when adding -ing, -ed, -er, -est suffixes)
The focus of this packet is to help students understand how and when to double the final consonant of a word when adding the suffixes -ing, -ed, -er, and -est. This can be a tricky spelling rule for some students, so I hope you find these posters and worksheets to be beneficial! What's Included: •
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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 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 Adjectives with Suffixes -er and -est
Comparative Adjectives With Suffixes –er, -est Comparative Adjectives With Suffixes –er, -est. I love teaching my kiddos about comparative adjectives. It’s great for vocabulary development and helps them to really understand word meanings. This unit is broken into two parts. It allows you to tea
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Suffixes- Word Work with ed, ing, er, est, ful, and less
Word Work with Suffixes -ed -ing -er -est -ful -less The following activities are included: -What is a Suffix? Poster -Puzzling Suffixes: Poster and Hands-On Activity with building words using root words and suffixes -ed and -ing -Blank puzzle pieces in small and large sizes -Suffix Rule Poster fo
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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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Comparatives & Superlatives Spelling Rules Adding Suffixes er & est
9 posters, 19 worksheets, 1 flipbook This product contains 9 posters in both color & B & W - Comparative Adjective Definition (adding er) - Superlative Adjective Definition (adding est) - Comparative Adjectives (when to use the word more) - Superlative Adjectives (when to use the word more)
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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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Inflectional Endings (s, es, er, est, ing, 3 sounds of ed)
Here are some quick activities to do with your kids when you are working with inflectional endings! Here is what you will find... -Fluency Race (read the words as quickly as possible) -s -es -er -est -ing -ed says d -ed says t -ed says ed Ending Sort Cut and Paste -s -es -er -est -ing -ed says t
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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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Adverb comparisons -er, -est, more and most
This quick assessment is a helpful tool for evaluating student understanding of adverbs when used as comparisons. Answer key is included. Students will apply their knowledge of adverbs and what needs to be done when comparing 2 or more things in a given sentence. Students will show their understa
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Comparative Endings er, est --Reading Street Unit 3 Week 6
This is a short activity to go with Reading Street Unit 3 Week 6. It can also be used to review comparative endings er and est. It consists of a matching game as well as fill in the blank worksheet that can be completed during center time.
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PHONICS INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK
This Phonics and Spelling Interactive Notebook is a great way to engage your Kindergarten or First Grade students in their learning! This program can stand alone or be used as a supplement to the Journeys Reading Series. They are fun and provide hands on learning. It's perfect to use for word work a
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November Morning Work | Daily Language
November Morning Work Daily Language Second Grade Use for morning, homework or independent work. This set includes 20 pages of daily language work. You can use this many different ways: morning work, homework, seat work, or early finishers. I chose skills that second grade students would be
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Around the Bases Game (base words/endings ed, ing, er, est) Reading Street 2011
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
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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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Inflectional Endings -er and -est
Brainstorm list together or have students complete independently. Adding -er and -est to words - sort according to spelling pattern. i.e.: fast --> faster, fastest, skinny--> skinnier, skinniest, etc.
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Inflected Endings Write the Room ("-er" and "-est")
This is fun "scoot" activity to get your students up and moving while they work to add inflected endings to the words they find! Students locate cards posted around the classroom and, building their foundational skills, fill in their sheet by writing the word made when the endings are added! Some
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Comparative and Superlative Adjectives Worksheets -er and -est Worksheet Endings
Three different activities! Language arts practice with comparative and superlative adjective endings -er and -est. All examples are with regular adjectives, no irregular adjectives are included in these activities. The grammar rules and examples are given at the top of each page. Three different wo
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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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Fall Comparing -Suffixes "-er", "-est"
Mini Suffix Unit -er, -est Skill Posters- black and white & color. Includes posters describing Suffix, Base Word, change y to i and add -er-est, double final consonant and add -er, -est, and 1 syllable words that end with "e" and add -er.-est Suffix Spinner Game-3 Versions: Spin suffix spin
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Superlative and Comparative -er and -est Task Card Sort & wksheet: Valentines
This set contains 36 task cards, 2 sorting mats, a recording sheet, and a multiple choice worksheet. Students choose a card and read the sentence. The word in red needs -er or -est added to it. The student decides which ending is needed, and places the card on the appropriate sorting mat. Students m
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ED ING ER EST  Inflectional Endings 150 Word Cards
Inflectional Endings Word Endings ER EST ED ING Past Present Future Reading Fluency 150 word cards One suggestion play go fish I have cold do you have colder I have hardest do you have hard Card games are always a win. Students build fluency while practicing important social skills like asking
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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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Write the Room - er & est
Updated August 2017 All you have to do is print and go! If you would like, you can laminate the numbered cards with the pictures. Then, just tape them around the room in fun places for the students to hunt for. I put the recording sheet that was numbered in a smart pal. If you don't have these, a c
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Suffixes: er, est, ed, ing
This packet has activities for Comparative endings: er and est and verb ending ed and ing. For each ending there is a printable to write the word with the ending and then write a sentence that goes with the new word. There is also a tree map for er/est and one for ed/ing. There is also a flow map
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Connect Four-Inflected Endings -er & -est
These two Connect Four games will help your students practice inflected endings -er and -est. Each board contains a total of 30 words. Students can work in pairs using colored counters or game pieces. They can take turns saying a word and putting a counter down. The first player to get four in a row
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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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All You Need to Teach Suffixes - ed, ing, er, est - 2.RF.3d, 2.L.1d, 1.RF.3f
This zip file includes: - A 22 slide smartboard file to be used over several days to teach about -er, -est, -ed, and -ing suffixes -12 worksheets that introduce the different "rules" for spelling suffixes and the "rulebreakers" and then test the students' knowledge in a mixed assessment -Answer k
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Foundational Skills Adjective Review and Comparative Adjective (-er and -est)
This 57 slide power point includes the following: A review of what an adjective is How to find the base word in an adjective When to add -er and when to add -est to an adjective Rules for when to change the spelling of the adjective when adding -er and -est The presentation gives explanations and e
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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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Comparative Ending Word Sort (-er and -est)
A simple activity, good for centers and review work! Students will: *Sort -er and -est words given *Write the base words from the sorted list *Choose an -er and -est word to write in a sentence to check for understanding of how to use them. *Make individualized BINGO board filled with -er and -est
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Endings -er & -est: Comparative/Superlative Words - A Literacy Laws Packet
Literacy Laws are rules to guide young students when learning to read, write, and spell. The activities in this packet are aligned to the Common Core Standards, with emphasis on Literacy: Language. The Comparative/Superlative Law teaches students to recognize and use these kinds of words, adding -e
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Monst"er" Comparisons: I have, Who Has..Using -er & -est
**UPDATED 5/31/13**** I have taller. Who has the word that compares 2 things using the word pretty? This is just an example of what you can find in the fun whole class activity. If you have never completed a "I have...Who has..." activity, it is a blast. Your kiddos would love it. This whole set
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