Inflectional Word Endings (s, ed, ing) UPDATE!

First off, I owe a big THANK YOU to everyone who has purchased my Word Endings Unit on TpT. I just checked it out and over 1,600 of you have left such nice, meaningful feedback. It's also the #2 best seller in my store! THANK YOU!!!  It was one of the first units I made-- making it an oldie, but goodie. It's been about three years since I first made this packet, and I've definitely learned a lot and developed my style since then. That being said, I have given this packet a huge makeover (yes, this is the second makeover this packet has received... no, I don't plan on "making over" this packet again).

Go ahead and admire the pretty new cover. :)
I love pretty covers! Making covers is my favorite part about making packets.

I haven't changed the character posters, but I have included mini posters for your students. I have also updated the worksheet where your students get to make their own version of the characters.

I have updated the "Ice Cream Shop" activity and I've added additional reading passages. 

I've added a new game: A fun version of Tic-Tac-Toe (pictured bottom right).

I've updated existing activities, added a word sort, and a build-a-word activity.

I've added lots of practice pages, many of them focusing on identifying roots words.

Those are the updates! If you have already purchased this packet, please re-download it from your TpT Dashboard. For those of you who don't own this packet, but would like to, this packet will be on sale for $5.00 until Sunday night at 11:59! After this sale, this packet will be $7.50.

I'd love to giveaway this packet to the FIRST THREE people who leave their email addresses in the comment section below. :) 

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  1. Looks like a great unit, i dont remember seeing it the first time you posted. I taught second grade for six years,this has been my first year in first. Thank you for sharing your ideas, I often check back on your blog for resources.

  2. This looks perfect for my ELL students! It looks full of fun and engaging lessons. Can't wait to see it.

  3. Not sure how I am not one of the 1600 who doesn't own this already, but I don't! Looks perfect for my ESL students!

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  4. Oh I see I'm the fourth person to comment. Boo hoo. I love your products and am excited to us the updated version next year. Th hanks for your hard work. Megan9489$ gmail.com

  5. Man, just missed it! Hope you had a nice weekend! ashleyhage@gmail.com

  6. Would love it! Achlebowski@gmail.com

  7. Bummerrrr looks like I'm too late:( Looks like an amazing fun packet!

  8. Would love to win this packet!! It would really help my struggling students.
    My email is deanna.stupfer@gmail.com. Thanks!

  9. Oooo this is one of my faves. No doubt my kids will love the updates! Off to download. :)

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