This is an interative activitiy in which you look at the root word under the frog and click on the lily pad showing the rule that applies for making it plural.
This is an interactive game in which you read the word revealed by the UFO and then type in the plural of that word.
There are 2 different versions of the game to choose from, each focusing on a different learning objective.
Double or Not?: Aroot word is floating in the water. Decide whether or not to double the final consonant before adding either 'ed' or 'ing'. Select the correct fishing rod to reel in the word. Suitable for 'Revisit and Review'/'Teach'/'Practise' parts of the lesson.
Change the y?: Aroot word is floating in the water. Decide whether or not to change the 'y' to an 'i' when making the plural. Select the correct fishing rod to reel in the word. Suitable for 'Revisit and Review'/'Teach'/'Practise' parts of the lesson.
A YouTube video which explains how to add 'ed' to most words. Useful for the 'teach' part of the lesson on the day you are teaching this.
A YouTube video which follows nicely on from the one above and explains the 3 different sounds 'ed' makes at the end of a verb, It also explains when to use 'ed' or 't' or 'd' at the end of a word. Useful for the 'teach' part of the lesson on the day you are teaching this.
A whiteboard with letters of the alphabet along the bottom. Click on a letter for it to appear on the whiteboard. Write the root word first and then add the suffix (making amendments to the root word where necessary). Suitable for the 'revisit & review' & 'teach' parts of whole class sessions or the 'practise' part of the lesson with small groups in which each child has access to the internet to use the resource.