Grade 1 Reading Foundation - Inflectional Endings
Practice word endings in this Grade 1 picture quiz.

Grade 1 Reading Foundation - Inflectional Endings

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Inflectional endings can be s, es, ing or ed. These endings allow students to figure out more information about some of the words. Adding "s" or "es" to the end of a word makes it plural. Adding "ing" to a word means that the verb is happening now. Adding "ed" to the end of a word means that the verb happened in the past. First graders need to know these clues in order to fully understand words.

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1.
What is the correct plural word?
dressing
dresss
dresses
dressed
The correct plural form of dress is dresses.
2.
What is the correct plural word?
boying
boys
boyes
boyed
Boys is the correct plural form of the word boy.
3.
What is the correct plural word?
chairs
chaires
chaired
chairing
Chairs is the correct plural form of the word chair.
4.
What is the correct plural word?
peaches
peachs
peaching
peached
The correct plural form of the word peach is peaches.
5.
Which word is the past tense of hike?
hikees
hikes
hiked
hiking
Hiked means that a hike happened in the past.
6.
Which word is written to mean it is happening now?
walker
walkes
walked
walking
Walking means that someone is walking now.
7.
What is the past tense of the word dance?
dances
dancees
danced
dancing
Danced is the past tense of the word dance.
8.
Which word is written to mean it is happening now?
jumpings
jumpes
jumped
jumping
Jumping means that someone is doing this right now.
9.
What is the correct plural word for fox?
foxs
foxes
foxed
foxing
Foxes is the plural form of the word fox.
10.
What is the correct plural form of toe?
toes
toees
toed
toeing
Toes is the correct plural form of the word toe.
Author:  Amy Flanders

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