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Phonics Base Words and -s, -ed, -ing EndingsMiss Udell
Base Words + Endings Often a long word is simply a word you know plus an ending.
Words Ending in -ed Sometimes -ed makes the /ed/ sound as in “started.” Sometimes it makes the /t/ sound as in “looked.”
Words That End With -s. Remember, -s can make the /s/ or /z/ sound as in starts or curls.
Now it’s your turn!
Here are some words from our story, Dragon Gets By.pack park group roll show
Word -s -ed -ing packs packed packing parks parked parkinggroups grouped grouping rolls rolled rolling shows showed showing
Please turn to page 10 in your reading packet.
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