The focus of this packet is to help students understand and remember to drop the silent “e” when adding suffixes that begin with a vowel, specifically -ing, -ed, and -er endings. This can be a tricky spelling rule for students, so I hope you find this packet to be beneficial!
• 1 poster with examples of the silent “e” being dropped then adding the -ing, -ed, -er endings. This can be used as an anchor chart to hang up in the classroom or to print out for each student to keep as a handy reference.
• “Match It!” Activity
• Word Sort Worksheet
• Read and Find the Correct Spelling Worksheet
• Practice Adding Endings Worksheet
• Find and Use the Correct Word
• “Let's Find the Mistakes!” reading activity (includes an answer key)
•Crossword Puzzle (includes an answer key)
These worksheets would be a great supplement to your spelling and phonics program. They can be used in literacy centers, as individual work, as homework, or any way you see fit. Please view the "Preview" file to get a closer look! Thank you!
**If you're interested in my "Doubling the Final Consonant When Adding -ing, -ed, -er, -est Suffixes" packet, click below:
Doubling the Final Consonant When Adding -ing, -ed, -er, -est Suffixes