Grade 1 Quiz Reading Words with Inflectional Endings – RF.1.3.F

The standard CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RF.1.3.F requires first-grade students to read words with inflectional endings. Inflectional endings (or inflections) are suffixes added to the end of words to indicate tense, mood, number, and so on without changing the word’s grammatical category. Common examples include adding “-ed” for the past tense or “-s” for plural nouns. This skill is vital for developing readers as it enhances vocabulary, improves reading comprehension, and assists in understanding the context of sentences.