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Sunday, February 27, 2011

Reading Past Tense Words

I have had some kiddos who are struggling to read the suffix -ed. They are able to get the base word but then they freeze because they aren't sure if it says "t", "d" or "ed". I am hoping that this worksheet will help them to practice flipping the sound. If you have any other ideas for this skill please share!


4 comments:

S. Parker

Check out my blog. This interactive lesson really helped my kiddos; many of whom are second language learners.
http://learningwithmrsparker.blogspot.com/2010/12/monitoring-student-progress.html

Teach

Mrs. Wieles,

I am a new blogger and I would like to do a give away on your site:) I need some followers:) I am a 2nd grade teachers in NC. I have taught for 10 years in grades K-2. I have just launched a teacher resource site at www.theschroederpage.com. Then...I discovered blogging. I have a blog started at http://schroederpage.blogspot.com. I also was just featured on Teach Like a Rock Star with Hal Bowman. You can view my write up at http://www.teachlikearockstar.com/featured-buzz/theschroederpage-com-rocks/. It is my dream to work with young teachers and student teachers. I am just getting my feet wet.

I would love your thoughts on this idea. I am not even sure how to do a give away but I am hoping with your help I will be able to increase my followers and continue to contribute to the teaching profession.

Mrs. Schroeder
Harrisburg Elementary
2nd Grade
www.theschroederpage.com

calpers

I LOVE your blog! I use HM too and would like to download your HM activities but I can't get them! Could you please send them to me please? I would be soooo grateful! Thanks!
Cindy
cja1st@gmail.com

Busy Bee

Mrs. Wiele,
I have an activity with ed I could email you. Didn't see your email on the blog.
Martha-Carol
mcarpenter@scsk12.org

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