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Inflectional Ending (ed, ing) Jeopardy

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Jeopardy game includes "easy" "medium" "difficult" and "surprise" questions for adding -ed/-ing.

Students must read a sentence and determine which tense (present or past) and how to spell each verb.

Example: Kelly is _____________(hide) behind the curtain.
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look, hold, blow, skate, hide, skip, flip, jump, slice, share, cry, pick, sing, dance, try, help, grin

You are welcome to change the questions and answers for PERSONAL use for inflectional endings. HOWEVER, you may not reproduce and sell as your own in any way with inflectional use or any other topic.

Please check out my other Jeopardy games, and my template that is for sale!

*This activity works best with SmartBoards so that you can keep track of the score by marking the numbers. However, it works with general computers if you keep track of the score yourself!
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