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1 Suffixes Adding ‘ing’ or ‘ed’ Some simple rules and examples

2 What do we do? Look at and read the word. Listen to the vowel sound – is it long or short? See what happens to the short vowel words here…

3 Short vowel sounds lap lap beg beg hit hit nod nod put put lapping/lapped lapping/lapped begging/begged begging/begged hitting hitting nodding/nodded nodding/nodded putting putting

4 Rule If the vowel is a short sound with only one consonant after it, then you must double the consonant. If the vowel is a short sound with only one consonant after it, then you must double the consonant.

5 How many consonants after the short vowel sound here? back back hunt hunt bank bank turn turn jump jump lift lift backing/backed backing/backed hunting/hunted hunting/hunted banking/banked banking/banked turning/turned turning/turned jumping/jumped jumping/jumped lifting/lifted lifting/lifted

6 If the vowel is a short sound, but has more than one consonant after it then – just add ‘ing’ or ‘ed’ Can you think of any more words like these?

7 Look at the next list of words Look at the next list of words Tell your neighbor what you notice – there is something the same about each one…

8 Look… hope hope joke joke fake fake slide slide fake fake tune tune hoping/hoped hoping/hoped joking/joked joking/joked faking/faked faking/faked sliding/slid sliding/slid faking/faked faking/faked tuning/tuned tuning/tuned

9 Rule If it ends in a silent‘e’ – drop the ‘e’ when adding ‘ing’ or ‘ed’ If it ends in a silent‘e’ – drop the ‘e’ when adding ‘ing’ or ‘ed’

10 Now you think what the next rule might be … Look at this new list of words.

11 What is the same? break leap look sleep cheat float boil sail breaking leaping looking/looked sleeping cheating/cheated floating/floated boiling/boiled sailing/sailed

12 What is the rule? Talk with your partner and then tell your teacher

13 Rules for adding ‘ing’ Short vowel sound, with one consonant = Short vowel sound, with one consonant = Double the consonant and add ‘ing’ Double the consonant and add ‘ing’ Short vowel sound, Short vowel sound, with two consonants= Just add ‘ing’ Ending in silent‘e’ = Drop the ‘e’ then add ‘ing’ Ending in silent‘e’ = Drop the ‘e’ then add ‘ing’ Long vowel sound = Just add ‘ing’ Long vowel sound = Just add ‘ing’

14 Sort these words into the grid below: namedrinksnowhit fanskippaintdrive meltwashdiveswim Look for more examples in your reading books Just add ‘ing’ Double the consonant Drop the ‘e’ and add ‘ing’


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