Suffix -ed as /d/

This week we will once again be working with suffix -ed.  This time our pattern looks at words with -ll, -zz, and -pp-.  When adding -ed to these words it makes the /d/ sound.  Unlike suffix -ed as /id/, these words are usually one syllable words.  Please note that while brainstorming our words, some students came up with other words ending in ed that make the /d/ sound, so they were given a choice about including these words in their list.

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