Yesterday's Park Fun Worksheet

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Suffixes are letters that we add to the end of words that make new words. Typically, when we add -ed to the end of words, it makes the word we created a word that happened in the past. This free PDF will give your child practice seeing how basic words like walk, pull, jump and smile can be turned into things that happened in the past with the quick and easy addition of the -ed suffix. They'll circle all the words that could have happened yesterday and learn about past tense too.

Required skills:
To resolve this worksheet, students should know how to identify the -ed suffix and when added to a word, it changes the verb to past tense. They should also know the meaning of basic verbs like walk, pull, jump, and smile, and use their reading comprehension skills to identify which words in the text could have happened in the past.