What Does -ed Say?
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Adding “ed” to the end of a word can make three different sounds (t, d, and ed). Help students understand the different sounds through this sorting activity. Couple this worksheet with the lesson plan Learning About Words: The Sound of -ed.
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Guided Lessons are a sequence of interactive digital games, worksheets, and other activities that guide learners through different concepts and skills. They keep track of your progress and help you study smarter, step by step.
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Learning common constructions for words is one way that third graders can get traction on their spelling and reading comprehension skills. This guided lesson in word structure introduces kids to the idea that most words are made up of smaller words, and provides opportunities to apply this learning with practical examples. For more printable practice with word structure, check out our recommended worksheets.
Learning common constructions for words is one way that third graders can get traction on their spelling and reading comprehension skills.
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Exercise: Root Words
Exercise: Common Prefixes
Exercise: Common Suffixes 1
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