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1st Grade Interactive Language Arts Skill Builders

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Word Endings - CCSS L.1.2, RF.1.2.c


Links verified on 03/27/2024

1. Base Word Blaster.

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Use the rocket to separate the base word from its prefix or suffix. (Video lesson, quiz, and worksheet available.) SEE MORE
 
2. Kitten Race Game.

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This game takes the form of a multiple-choice quiz. The learner must listen to the instructions and choose the correct answer within a timed period of 15 or 20 seconds. The more correct answer the learner gets, the more stars they earn in the end. (May be challenging for some students.) SEE MORE
 
3. Matching Suffixes.

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Choose a list. Match the root word with its suffix. Drag the jigsaw pieces to the box and check your word. SEE MORE
 
4. Suffix by Turtle Diary.

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Turtle Diary's suffix game for kids will teach the definition of suffix, the meanings of different suffixes, as well as how to use suffixes in sentences. Includes a lesson and five games. SEE MORE
 
5. Suffix Factory (Set 1).

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Your job at the suffix factory is to choose the correct spelling rule before the machine adds a suffix to each word. Suffixes used in set 1: ed, er and ful. SEE MORE
 
6. Suffixes -ing and -s (Group sort).

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Drag and drop each item into its correct group. SEE MORE
 
7. Suffixes Word Formation.

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Practice suffixes word formation by playing these interactive ESL board games. Choose whether to practice suffixes word formation by navigating a treacherous galaxy filled with green monsters, a sea filled with pirates or a river filled with crocodiles. (Two modes: single or team) SEE MORE
 
8. Suffixes: -d, -ed.

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1 of 3 lesson on some of the most common suffixes in the English language. Words With the suffixes -d and -ed to indicate regular past tense verbs are presented in visual and verbal contexts. Students must identify the correct form of the word, as well as root words. SEE MORE
 
9. Turtle Diary's Suffix video.

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Watch this five minute video to learn about the following suffixes: -ly, -ful, -er, -est, -less, -able, and -ness. SEE MORE
 
10. Whack-a-mole.

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Hit the moles that have suffixes. (ed,ing,es/s) SEE MORE
 

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