This unit introduces past tense words ending in "ed" and the rule for doubling consonants when adding "ed" to words. Daily practice will include listening to the sounds, saying the sounds, or writing the sounds using fun hands-on activities, games and worksheets. In addition, your child will be reading a poem that uses past tense verbs in the text. Spelling words for the week are: baked, jumped, bumped, turned, fixed, tricked, trapped, stopped, and tagged. This unit is designed to last one week, depending on how you teach reading and phonics.
|Introduce Suffix "ed"||(no rating)|
You will introduce your child to the suffix ending "ed" and the doubling consonants rule.
|Pronunciation Suffix "ed"||(no rating)|
The suffix "ed" has three sounds: ed, t, and d.
|Spelling Words||(no rating)|
This week your child will learn to spell the words: liked, baked, jumped, bumped, turned, fixed, tricked, trapped, stopped and tagged.
|Ends in "ed"||(no rating)|
Follow this link to Spelling City for extra games and practice for this week's spelling list.
|Create a Comic Strip||(no rating)|
Your child will create a comic strip that uses words that end in "ed."
|Fancy Spelling Words||(no rating)|
Practice your spelling words by cutting letters out of magazines.
|Suffix ed Worksheet||(no rating)|
Review adding "ed" to words and then complete the worksheet.
|Reading and Pronunciation Game||(no rating)|
Play a game to practice reading and pronouncing words that end in "ed."
|Pronunciation and Spelling Practice||(no rating)|
Identify which sound the "ed" ending makes and write the words.
|Adding ed to Words||(no rating)|
Use this worksheet to practice adding "ed" to words.
|Reading Practice||(no rating)|
Read this short poem with your child--"When Frankenstein Came to My Birthday."
|Suffix ed Poem||(no rating)|
Write or print the poem and have your child illustrate it.
|Spelling Practice||(no rating)|
Practice this week's spelling words using a game on this website.
|Ed is a Word Ending||(no rating)|
Practice adding "ed" to words with this worksheet.
|Suffix "ed" in Text||(no rating)|
Use a magazine or newspaper and have your child hunt for words that end in "ed."
|ABC Spelling Practice||(no rating)|
Write your spelling words in alphabetical order.
|Making Words Past Tense||(no rating)|
Add "ed" to the words on this worksheet to practice making them past tense.
|Simplifying ed Endings||(no rating)|
Read these brief article that explains another method for teaching the sounds of "ed."
List of any helpful books, games, toys, kits, lapbooks, curriculum, etc., that may be purchased to enhance the learning experience: