Help your students divide and read words that end in the suffix -ed!
I created this practice sheet to support my students because syllabicating words with suffix –ed can be very tricky. Sometimes suffix -ed makes it own syllable, but sometimes it does not! My memory aid “Ted” and this sheet of nonsense words helps my students apply their knowledge of the sounds of –ed and syllabicating words with multiple closed syllables. This activity contains only words with closed syllables.
I have successfully used this resource both in one-on-one Orton-Gillingham sessions and in small-group reading intervention classes.