Find Someone Who Suffix -ER Task Cards
Did you know that the suffix -er means ‘someone who?’ In fact, when you add -er to the end of a verb, the new word created names the person who does the action.
Your first and second grade learners will be engaged in this read and write the room activity as they reinforce their skills of learning about suffixes.
These “Find Someone Who” task cards can be used as literacy stations, as students go around your room or learning space reading each task card, and recording their answers. They can be used as independent work stations, or with small groups of students collaborating to find the answer.
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