Phonics and Structured Literacy Teaching Slides: Suffixes -ing, -s, -es, -ed

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Description

These Phonics and Structured Literacy teaching slides have been created to specifically support the teaching and learning of the suffixes -ing, -s, -es, and -ed.
 
This 80-slide teaching tool could be used as a warm-up at the start of a structured literacy session, as revision or as a whole class lesson. Both PowerPoint and Google Slides teaching practice slides are included (80 slides in total).
 
Skills included in this resource are: 
  • Why do we use the suffix -ing?
  • The magic “e” rule
  • The CVC doubling rule
  • Why do we use the suffix -s?
  • Why do we use the suffix -es?
  • Why do we use the suffix -ed?
 
We’ve included lots of clearly displayed examples of the suffixes in use, as well as activities for students to complete at the conclusion of the slides.
 
Suffixes included:
  • -ing
  • -s
  • -es
  • -ed

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