Word Endings S, ED, ING Center


How to teach Suffix

Using Word Endings S, ED, ING Center, students glue the root words and endings onto colored construction paper.

Suffixes are parts of words added to the ends of other words (the root

word). For some verbs, you add ED, S, and ING to the end to change the word’s tense. This center gives students practice adding word ending to root words.

Read the sentences. Next, add ED, S, and ING. Then, students write sentences using the new words.

Other resources to use with this Word Endings S, ED, ING Center

If you are using this center, your students are probably learning about suffixes.

Use this L.2.4 Second Grade Common Core Lesson as an additional resource for your students.

Introduce this center by asking students to come up with words that have the suffix ED, S, and ING. Next, students explain when you would used ED, S, and ING. Then, students complete center independently or with a partner. Finally, students add new words with suffixes to your list.

Be sure to check out more Suffixes Worksheets.

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