Everything you need to target regular past tense verbs in both writing and speaking!
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I have so many students that struggle with regular past tense verbs. They may be able to write them, but consistently struggle to say them correctly ("d," "t," vs. "id"). Or they may be able to use them when speaking, but forget to add "ed" whenever they write them! This Interactive Notebook will help with both of those problems!
Page 3: Book Cover Page
Page 4: Explanation
Pages 5-7: Regular Past Tense Verb Matching Activity
Pages: 8-9: Regular Past Tense Verb Writing Activity
Page 10: Explanation of the Rule Breakers
Page 11: Determining the correct way to write rule breakers (multiple choice)
Page 12: Rule Breaker Sorting Activity
Page 13-14: Determining Past vs. Present Tense Verbs
Page 15: Sorting past tense vs. present tense verbs
Page 16: Explanation of how to say regular past tense verbs
Pages 17-19: Identifying past tense verbs by their ending sound
Pages 20-22: Sorting past tense verbs by their ending sound
Pages 23-24: Identifying/sorting phrases that indicate past tense is appropriate.
Pages 25-26: Flashcard Making Activity
Pages 27-30: Multiple choice Sentence Completion (with pictures)
Pages 31-35: Sentence Completion with pictures
Pages 36- 37: Fill in the blank multiple choice (without pictures)
Pages 38—42: Fill in the Blank s with regular past tense and present tense verbs (with pictures)
Pages 43—44: Sentence Completion
Pages 45—50: Story Completion
Pages 51-52: Study Guide w/ answer sheet
Pages 53-54: Rule Breakers Study Guide w/ Answer Sheet 55-64: Writing/Speaking Prompts
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