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Shelly Fryer

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Spelling List 13 Just ADD and DOUBLING for Suffixes

1. Make sure you have Spelling List 13. 2. Open the student template. 3. Create a label for each spelling word and add it to the correct column. 4. mic and reflect on what you have learned.

3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, 4th Grade, English Language Arts
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A base word or root word is a simple English word. A suffix is a letter or letters added to the end of a base/root word to change the word's form and use it a sentence. When the suffix begins with a consonant, it is labeled as a consonant suffix. When a suffix begins with a vowel, it is labeled as a vowel suffix. Knowing this helps us reliably spell the new word when adding a suffix. When adding a vowel suffix to a base/root word containing a vowel team or ending in two consonants, JUST ADD the suffix. When adding a vowel suffix to a base/root word ending in one vowel-one consonant and is ccented, you must DOUBLE the final consonant and attach the suffix. 1. dimmed 2. skipped 3. lifted 4. rubbing 5. maddest 6. nodded 7. cooler 8. bigger 9. pointed 10. counting