Spelling Sort: -ed sounds at the end of verbs

DD loves to write little notes and stories, so I made this sort to help her understand how/why past tense -ed verbs are formed. She’s a creative speller and will often end her verbs in -t or -id.  This is a lesson covered in All About Spelling, but she won’t be up to this lesson (in volume 3) for a while yet. This is just a more colorful version of the AAS lesson on the -ed words.

If you’re interested in printing out your own copy, you can print it out here – ed sounds word sort.

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  1. Cherine says:

    Thanks for the amazing free downloads!!

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