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    Inflectional Endings -s and -es Anchor Chart and Word Sort product from Lucky-In-Learning on

    adding word endings: chart for when to use -s, -es, and -ies PLUS a freebie word sorting sheet to download

    Prefix/Suffix Word Sort Worksheet #1

    Inflectional Endings -s and -es Anchor Chart and Word Sort

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    Could do this with Latin/Greek Roots too! Pinner said: Synonyms- have each student draw a word, and find their own synonyms... We could make a whole garden!

    Sneaky E! I used this poster in my classroom as an interactive bulletin board. The kids are word detectives while silent reading and look for words that follow the sneaky e rule!

    inflected endings flipbook & so much more for my 1st grade lovelies

    FREE - 16 pages - This is a quick little freebie I made for my students to practice adding "bossy" e to the end of words. In this packet: -How I use bossy e in my classroom -Bossy e anchor chart -Quiz-quiz-trade cooperative learning game to help students apply bossy e -Nonsense/real words sort -2 highlighting practice pages -2 trace and draw practice pages