Let’s dive right into the Changing Y to I Rule today!
This is part of our Rules for Adding Suffixes to Words video series.
*Scroll down to the bottom of this post to find the teal download button for the freebie.
The Changing Y to I Rule
“Change the Y to I and add ED.” Ever heard or said that little rhyme? Well, it is true…some of the time. There are other times when we do not need to change Y to I. So when do you change it and when do you not change it? That’s what today’s video and printables are all about!
1. Watch the Video to Learn:
- how to break down this skill into bite-size steps
- what do when when you add -ing to words that end in y
- when to change y to i when adding a suffix
- when you do NOT need to change y to i when adding a suffix
2. Snag the Freebies!
Scroll below and click the teal button to grab your FREE, NO PREP printables to help your learners practice reading and spelling words that end with y.
Then make sure to hop over and grab our Inflected Endings Interactive Bundle, which gives learners plenty of practice with these kinds of words.
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Holly L Wilt says
Thank you so much for this! I have been searching high and low for something that breaks this down into bite-size pieces for presenting it to students in a clear and understandable way!