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Practice ed Endings with Free Printable BINGO Game

Work on ed endings with letters that make the “t” sound with this fun, free printable phonics game. This ed activity uses a free printable BINGO game to help kids practice making the t sound with ed. Use this ed words with kindergarten and first grade students. Work on ed endings with letters that make the "t" sound with this fun, free printable phonics game. This ed activity uses a free printable BINGO game to help kids practice making the t sound with ed. Use this ed words with kindergarten and first grade students.

ed Ending

Every day we add “ed” to action words to make them past tense. And everyday we make three different sounds when adding that “ed”. While we do it naturally, our poor little stuggling readers may have difficutly figuring what sound to use when reading “ed” words.  And today, we are going to work on the “t” sound made by the letters “ed”.

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Making the “T” sound with “ed”

After our little ones learn all the different sounds of “ed”, it is pretty much trial and error while reading. If they aren’t sure which one to use, we want to encourage them to try the different sounds until they hear one that sounds right. For them to get there, it is great to practice each sound indivdually. And that is whay this game is all about. But for some parent tips, did you know that we use the “t” sound when the word before ends with an unvoiced sound. That means when you place your hand on your throat, it will not vibrate. Some unvoiced consonants sounds are /k/, /s/, /p/, /t/, and /h/. Think about the word miss. When you add the ‘ed’ to that, you use the “t” sound. And that is because the s is unvoiced. That might be over our little ones head, so I would just work on all the “t” sound words and give them practice reading, saying, and hearing them correctly. ed Endings

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With just a few easy steps, this game will be up and running, and ready to play numerous times.

  1. First, print off the game board.
  2. Next, print off the Bingo cards and laminate them or place them in sheet protectors.
  3. Finally, gather up a die, game marker, and dry erase marker.

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Now it is time to play.

  1. To begin, both players place thier game pieces in the middle of the game board.
  2. Player one rolls the die, and then moves that many spaces in whaterver direction they choose.
  3. Next, they read the word that they landed on. Then they find that word on their Bingo sheet and cross it off.
  4. Now it is player two’s turn. They follow the exact same steps. Roll, move, read, and they cross off.

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If for some chance they land on a space that does not have a word, they lose their turn. Whenever they get to a yellow circle they can choose whichever way they want to go.

The first person to get four in a row or cross off every word on the sheet wins the game.

And after numerous times playing these games, our little ones will have plenty of practice reading ‘ed’ words that make the ‘t’ sound.

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Make practicing contractions fun with this super cute, free printable Doctor contraction matching game. In this contractions activity students in 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th graders will practice identifying 26 common contractions for kids. Simply download pdf file with the contraction game printable to make learning fun. Homograph Games  Help kids be better at spelling difficult words with this free spelling dictionary! Download the pdf file with the spelling dictionary for kids. Children will now have their own handy spelling printable to reference commonly misspelled words and add their own words to the word bank. This is a fantastic reference took to allow students to reference the spelling of words right at their fingertips. This spelling dictionary printable is super handy for first graders, 2nd graders, 3rd graders, 4th graders, and 5th grade students. FREE parts of speech printable games - kids will have fun practicing nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, and pronouns with this fun, english grammar game for 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grade students #partsofspeech #grade3 #grade4 #grade5 #grade6 #homeschool

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