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Inflectional Endings

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Inflectional Endings

Inflectional Endings Posters with printable worksheets

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Inflectional Endings QR Code Task Cards

***This a great resource for practicing Inflectional Endings in a fun way!*** 100 task cards are included all using QR codes and they are accompanied with Recording Sheets and Key Pages.You can also pair it with my best selling resource: Inflectional EndingsThe endings practiced are:-s,-es,-ies -ed-ing-r,-er,-ier-st,-est,-iest***************************************************************************Related ProductsPresent Tense Task Cards (-ing)Present Tense Task Cards (-s, -es, -ies)Simple…

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Inflected Endings dealing with Plurals. This is a really neat game that I would love to print out to have in my classroom one day.

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Inflectional Endings

Task cards, worksheets, booklets,theory and practice! I have included theory cards to explain what inflectional endings are as well as what root words are. There are separate cards for -s,-es,-ies -ing -r,-er,-ier -st,-est,-iest I have included various types of practice such as Spin the wheel Cubes Exercises Task cards

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This is a great way to practice morphemic knowledge for young children because it practices their word structure. Morphology is a more crucial root part of language because before worrying about grammar and sentence structure, children must master word structure. (Danielle Snowden)

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Task cards, worksheets, booklets,theory and practice! I have included theory cards to explain what inflectional endings are as well as what root words are. There are separate cards for -s,-es,-ies -ing -r,-er,-ier -st,-est,-iest I have included various types of practice such as Spin the wheel Cubes Exercises Task cards and many others https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Inflectional-Endings-2003322

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FREE sounds of -ed passage... Have students highlight the words with ed and write whether it says ed, d, or t in that word to help them read inflectional endings

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