SALE . . . $8.50 . . . 23-PAGES of FUN . . . FUN . . . FUN . . . This HOTTEST NEW activity engages students to learn how to expand their science vocabulary and determine the meaning of long, unfamiliar words, by developing an understanding of morphemes (i.e. a pre-fix, a suffix, and a word root). For example, the prefix, micro means small, and scope means see. They can deduce that a microscope is a device that enables an individual to see small objects. This “CRACK THE CODE” morpheme list (dictionary) allows students to familiarize (not memorize) science morphemes, to de-construct and construct long science words. The students use the morpheme dictionary they construct to engage in morphemic analysis of familiar and unfamiliar science words. This activity also engages students to construct bake-believe science words, as well as, substitute their own morphemes for each activity. THIS COMMON CORE ACTIVITY MAKES STUDENTS COLLEGE READY. They complete several practice reinforcement activities...then take a "CRACK THE CODE" TEST.