- Past Tense Verbs with Inflectional –ed Endings “I Have/Who Has” Game
- Past Tense Verbs with Inflectional –ed Endings “Sorting Activity”
- Past Tense Verbs with Inflectional –ed Endings “Task Cards”
Past Tense Verbs with Inflectional –ed Endings by Nita Marie’s Classroom Creations includes 3 activities, a suffix study guide, and
The first unit in our Reading Program addresses –ed Inflectional Endings. So I create this packet to reinforce this concept with my students. It includes the following:
• I Have/ Who Has Game – This game includes 24 “I Have/Who Has Cards” in which the students will have to identify the past tense of verbs. I have also included a cover page and directions for this activity.
• Task Cards - I have included 12 Task Cards to help the students practice recognizing that past tense verbs often have the –ed ending. In addition to the cover page and directions, I have also included a Task Card Recording Sheet to go with this activity.
• Sorting Activity - This activity addresses the different sounds that the –ed inflectional ending makes in past tense verbs. I have included 3 sorting mats and 19 verb cards for students to sort.
• In my “Past Tense Verbs with Inflectional –ed Endings” packet I also included a suffix study guide, a worksheet in which students add the –ed endings to create past tense verbs, and 5 exit tickets that reinforce the –ed endings.
In the next few months, I will be creating several other packets to go with our reading series. For more practice with root words and endings check out these packages:
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