Add -ed to the end of words and you get a word that happened in the past. This PDF helps your child understand this concept by giving practice examples: walk, pull, jump and smile can all be transformed into the past tense with a -ed suffix. They'll circle all the words that happened yesterday and learn about the past tense.
Before starting this worksheet, have your kids spell some simple words. Correct if wrong and show the right spellings. Then, ask them to link the pictures to the words you read out. Spelling is key for a good writer, and kids need to know how to spell to read texts easily.
Capitalization is important for a lot of things. Ask your child about the significance of it. Punctuations, like the full stop, comma, question mark, and exclamation mark, are also key. Read each sentence in this worksheet to your child and ask if it has correct capitalization. Help them check the correct sentences.
Help your students figure out the plural nouns in Lilliana's checklist. Look at the six objects in this PDF and add 's' to the nouns to make them plural. Show students how words can be tricky and explain how adding an 's' often changes the noun to its plural form.