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3.10: Practice Hearing -ed

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Practice Hearing -ed

1. How is the suffix -ing always spelled? <ing>

How is the suffix -ed always spelled? <ed>

2. Read these words. Listen carefully to the suffix -ed:

headedcalledopenedplannedownedwarmedhelpedwantedendednoddedwateredstartedcrabbedguessedfishedadmittedspottedlaughedlongedfuelednumberedkickedreachedfollowed

3. Sort the words into these three groups:

Words with -ed pronounced . . .
[id] [t] [d]
headed helped called crabbed
wanted guessed opened longed
ended fished planned fueled
nodded laughed owned numbered
started kicked warmed followed
admitted reached watered
spotted

Watch the Middles!

animal
anim al
anim al
anim al
animal
lightest
light est
light est
light est
lightest
thinker
think er
think er
think er
thinker
fishhook
fish hook
fish hook
fish hook
fishhook
admit
ad mit
ad mit
ad mit
admit
bicycle
bi cycle
bi cycle
bi cycle
bicycle

Teaching Notes.

Watch the Middles.

With the compound word fishhook the main point is to be sure students remember that second <h>. The concatenation <shh> is odd enough to tempt spellers to simplify it to <sh>. It is another instance of simple addition at work. Students will study compounds like fishhook in Lesson 14.

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