Prepare for state assessments and identify challenging vocabulary by studying and learning common English prefixes!
This PDF can be printed as small posters or documents for a bulletin board, word wall, or flip chart.
Students use this resource to analyze and identify the meanings of words with common Latin and Greek prefixes/roots.
The first 35 pages have a dark background, suitable for color printing. The last 35 pages are the same prefixes with a light background for regular printers.
These documents hang around the perimeter on my walls, near the ceiling. Students refer to them during partner reading and vocabulary work!
Prefixes included: ad-, ante-, anti-, auto-, bene-, bi-, co-/con-, counter-, de-, dis-, em-/en-, ex-, for-, fore-, in-/il-/im-/ir-, in-/im-, intra-, inter-, mis-, mono-, multi-, non-, out-, per-, pre-, pro-, re-, semi-, sub-, super-, trans-, tri-, un-, under-, uni-!