Inflectional Endings Worksheets To Print:
On the Water - Find the correct plural form for each given word. Make sure to read all the nouns.
Sounds of the -ed in words - This is great for a student's audio recognition skills. Read the words and listen to the sounds that you hear at the end of the words.
Presto Chango! - Add each ending to the base word. Write each new word on the line. We work with -ed and -ing endings.
Which Makes Sense - Find the correct plural form of each word given. Some of these words just look wrong.
Sylvester the Snail - Write -s, -ed or -ing to complete each word. You may need to cross out letters.
Scary Stanley - Find the base word in each plural. It helps to break them into chunks.
Covering All Bases - Write the base word for each word. Make sure to sound it out for yourself.
The Dog Next Door - Write the correct tense of each underlined verb. Remind students that we are focused only on those words and using the sentence as background.
Deconstruct! - We break apart the base word from the inflectional ending. We space them out into distinct boxes.
Proud Piggies - More of breaking the word into two parts. We display that they pat of a whole.
Heavy Traffic - We talk about how an -ed ending can really cause sounds to sound differently.
In Action! - We use the inflectional ending -ing to create a new word that works in a different manner.
Can You Teach A Cow To Sit? - Read each sentence. Add an ending (-ed, -ing, -es or -s) to each word in parentheses to complete the sentence.