Verb tenses: adding -ing

Verb tenses: adding -ing
The basic form of a verb is the INFINITIVE. To show that something is still happening in the present, we use the PRESENT PARTICIPLE, which we make by adding -ing to the verb. If a verb ends with a silent ‘e’ which isn’t pronounced it needs to be dropped before you add -ing to make the present participle. Cover over the table. Can you write the correct words ending -ing in the spaces below?
Key stage: Year 2, KS1
Subject: Grammar, English, Spelling