Inflectional Endings Intervention Pack | No-Prep, Phonics-Based Reading Intervention
Do you have students who need extra help to master inflectional endings? This Inflectional Endings Intervention Pack makes it easy (and fun!) to get your students up-to-speed with reading and spelling words that have long vowel sounds. The endings covered in this intervention pack include -s, -es, -ing, and -ed.
Time to implement interventions is often limited, so this resource is:
- No-prep: just print and place student pages in binders, or staple packets together
- Flexible: you can decide how many activities to complete per day based upon how much time you have
- Structured and consistent: when students know what to expect, intervention time goes more quickly and smoothly
- Data-driven: assessments are provided after instruction on each inflectional ending, so you’ll know when students need further practice or when you can move on
To begin using the Inflectional Endings Intervention Pack, you’ll print out the teacher manual pages or plan to access them digitally. You’ll also print the student pages and place them into binders with page protectors, or you’ll staple packets together for the students. The only other materials you’ll need are writing utensils, dice, and counters.
In each intervention session, you can choose how many total activities students complete (it’s easy to stop and resume practice another day). The teacher manual will tell you exactly what to do and say. For some of the activities, you can get students started and then attend to another task or provide individual support while the rest of the students continue working.
For each inflectional ending, students will practice:
- Adding it to the end of a word (i.e. “rush” becomes “rushes”)
- Recognizing how the inflectional ending changes the meaning of the word
- Blending to read words with the target inflectional ending
- Using magnetic letters or paper letter tiles to build words with the target inflectional ending
- Reading real and nonsense words with the target inflectional ending
- Reading sentences containing words with the target inflectional ending and simple high frequency words
- Reading and answering questions about a decodable passage for the inflectional ending
Phonological awareness practice is embedded in the practice activities (however, the primary emphasis is on having students read and write words with the inflectional ending).
In addition to these routines provided for each inflectional ending, there are bonus games and activities to extend students’ practice.
You can follow the order of the packet for a suggested sequence, or you can easily cover the inflectional endings out of order if you prefer.