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41 FREE -ed and -ing endings Worksheets
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This worksheet is a list of 47 questions and tasks that can be used as an ice-breaker, a class activity or 1on1 activity. Print out the entire list or cut out individual questions. Students roll ...
All the exercises about ING/ED adjectives I've collected on the Internet. It contains a list of some common ING/ED adjectives and four exercises on how to use participle adjectives. Ask the studen ...
This is a worksheet for teaching adjectives in-ed and -ing. Students are asked to complete the sentences using the –ed or the -ing form of the adjective. The answer key is included.
In this worksheet you will find to activities with the same song: unscrambling the stanzas and filling in the gaps. This is a very nice song that you can use either to introduce or reinforce the ...
This worksheet is a chart to complete using simple words to add Inflections of -s, -ed, -ing. It is targeted for 1st graders to enhance grammar skills as well as awareness of the usage of each of ...
It's a fill in the blank activity and a really good way to work with contractions and ING form! Since Bruno Mars is really famous now and everybody likes him, students are able to relate to this ...
This exercise is about using -ed and -ing adjectives. The ss have to choose the correct form of the adj and put them into the correct sentences. Remind them that they have to use the same adjectiv ...
This word search contains a list of 'hidden' -ED adjectives for elementary students. List of words used in this word search: BORED, DEPRESSED, FRUSTRATED, SHOCKED, FRIGHTENED, INTERESTED, EXCITED ...
Adjectives with -ed or -ing ending. You can practice with your students the usage of adjectives with -ed and -ing ending. Students filling in the blanks with the correct adjectives from the box. Y ...
For Vocabulary revision: A powerpoint file with people showing the following emotions and feelings: happy, thrilled, hungry, sick, tired, ecxited, worried, relaxed, sad, etc. You can go through th ...
This PowerPoint addresses the difference between feeling and emotion adjectives which are formed by adding -ed and -ing to verbs by focusing on the concepts of "source" and "experiencer". After a ...
This worksheet explains the difference between emotion/feeling adjectives formed by adding -ed and -ing to verbs and provides several exercises for students to practice. It addresses the issue by ...
A list of some -ed and ing adjectives Activities where there is a situation
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