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Reading Words with -ed Endings

Do any of your students have trouble reading words like hopped and hoped?  It's so tricky for my kids to know whether the words patted and shaded should be pronounced with a Short A or Long A sound.  Although I pointed out many times that the double consonant means the word has a short vowel sound, it's still tough for them.  So to help them out, I made a game where they could practice reading these types of words and a sorting activity where they have to decide if the word has a short or long vowel sound.  Click on the picture to purchase your own game.


I'll probably make another one of these games with the -ing ending sometime this summer.

7 comments:

  1. LOVE these! Great, job and thanks for sharing.
    Jenn
    http://finallyinfirst.blogspot.com

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  2. Thank you for sharing! My grade 2 students will benefit from this. :)

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  3. This is a great game! Thanks so much for sharing it.

    Magnificent Multiagers!

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  4. Awesome, (as are all of your materials)!!
    Printing as I am typing!!
    THANK YOU!!
    ~ Mrs. Mc
    Little Literacy Learners

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  5. Fabulous! I'm going to use these with a few tutoring students this summer!
    Kimberly
    Funky First Grade Fun

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  6. Thanks for this wonderful activity! Love the ice cream graphics...I'm scooping some in a bowl right now. Cheers to summer!

    http://ramblingaboutreading.blogspot.com/

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  7. This is so great! Thank you for sharing it!

    Rowdy in First Grade

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