Reading/Spelling
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100
What are the sounds of suffix -ed?
What are /t/, /d/, and /ed/
100
Read the following Words: twisted prevented depended
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100
Read the following words: consisted contracted winked
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100
Read the following words: carelessly wishfulness disrespectfully
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200
Name and Spell a word with one suffix ending.
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200
Read the following words: drilled filmed longed
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200
Read the following sentence: The man in the truck honked when the dog crossed its path.
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200
Read the sentence: Ken helpfully finished dusting the cobwebs.
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300
Read the following words: refundable equipment impressive
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300
Read the following words: expected stamped dunked distracted
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300
Read the following sentence: Jane is thrilled at the postponement of the banquet.
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300
Read the following sentence: Neglectfully, Jason did not defrost the ham.
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400
Read the following words: frequently quicken amazement
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400
Read the following words: called belonged connected developed
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400
Read the following sentence: The baby jumped on the blocks destructively.
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400
Read the following sentence: James went in to take a nap but he tossed restlessly in the bed.
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500
Read the following nonsense words: blisher shomeless deplonted
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500
Read the following words: pronely enclopement prillment extoneful
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500
Read the following nonsense words: flommeled transbented confloshed plinded
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500
Read the following sentence: Peg established a plan and zestfully began the job.
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