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Home Spelling Practice: Adding -ly to Words Ending in -ic
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Word Study: Inflected Endings: -ed, -ing
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Final s word Endings
In this final s word endings worksheet, students complete a quiz on how to use the final s to complete the words in sentences. Students complete 20 sentences.
Words Ending with -ight
In this words ending with -ight instructional activity, 3rd graders read the clue, think of the word ending in -ight, then click the answer button to check their answer for 9 words.
Final s word endings
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