Inflectional Endings

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Doing this tomorrow to teach -ing, -s, and -ed endings! The students will create their own! Kindergarten Language Arts, Teaching Language Arts, Language Activities, Reading Activities, Teaching Reading, Classroom Activities, Teaching English, Teaching Kids, 2nd Grade Ela

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anchor chart past present future verb | First grade ELA verb tense past, present, &. Future. Laminate first so ...

Worksheet Wednesday Inflectional endings word building activity within context of the paragraph.Inflectional endings word building activity within context of the paragraph. First Grade Phonics, First Grade Writing, First Grade Classroom, 2nd Grade Activities, Word Work Activities, Grammar Activities, Kindergarten Reading, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading

No Worksheet Wednesday - Sarah's Teaching Snippets

I’m linking up again with my friend Miss Decarbo at Sugar and Spice for No Worksheet Wednesday. We are going back to the basics in our classrooms and promising to use no worksheets on Wednesdays. Every Wednesday you can link up over at The Primary Chalkboard. Here are a few things I did today: I work with ... Read More about No Worksheet Wednesday

Sarah's First Grade Snippets: comprehension strategies- This is a good lesson for first grade students to work on different morphemes. Have a story written out and have the class work together to fill in the appropriate morphemes (Kimberly Hahr) Glad Strategies, Comprehension Strategies, Vocabulary Strategies, Reading Strategies, Student Teaching, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Reading Tutoring, Kids Reading

May Centers in Action (with a freebie) - Sarah's Teaching Snippets

I always love May. The weather is (semi) nice and the kids are working more independently. I almost wish it didn’t have to end. We don’t get out until the middle of June, so I have a bit more time to enjoy this stage. May centers are in full swing and the class is doing ... Read More about May Centers in Action (with a freebie)

Great helpers for teaching suffixes! Teaching Grammar, Teaching Language Arts, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Learning, Word Study, Word Work, Reading Activities, Classroom Activities

Inflectional Word Endings Unit (-ed, -ing)

Word Endings Unit (-ed, -ing) - The Teacher Wife - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Week 4 - Video on word endings (-ing, -ed, -ies). Nice one. I especially like how this video does "drop the e and add ing". Phonics Videos, Phonics Words, First Grade Reading, First Grade Classroom, Word Work Activities, Literacy Activities, Teaching Reading, Student Teaching, Learning

Word endings (Part 2)

This really useful guide teaches you about word endings. Check out http://www.takethefirststep.ie for courses.

This ppt teaches the students to understand the suffixes er and est and their meaning when added to a word. It also teaches them how to spell the new words when the suffix is added. 4th Grade Writing, 2nd Grade Teacher, First Grade Reading, Er Words, Root Words, Word Study, Word Work, Inflectional Endings, Smart Board Lessons

Suffixes er est added to base words

This ppt teaches the students to understand the suffixes er and est and their meaning when added to a word. It also teaches them how to spell the new words when the suffix is added.

Students go on a scavenger hunt using books and magazines to search for words with -ing and -ed inflectional endings. Students love to search for w. 2nd Grade Ela, Teaching First Grade, First Grade Reading, Grade 2, Second Grade, Teaching Skills, Student Teaching, Teaching Reading, Learning

Inflectional Endings Scavenger Hunt

Students go on a scavenger hunt using books and magazines to search for words with -ing and -ed inflectional endings. Students love to search for words in the books they are reading! This is a great way to get students excited about learning the different rules for inflectional endings.