Get ready to engage and motivate your students with these Prefix and Suffix Scribble Notes. These notes are designed to be a creative and meaningful way to
introduce and review common prefixes and suffixes.
Each page includes pictures, examples, and interactive tasks that focus on a particular prefix or suffix. The pages are organized by the meaning of the prefix or suffix, so there is frequently more than one prefix or suffix on a page. For example, the prefixes on Page 1 include dis-, de-, and anti- which mean opposite or against.
You may move through the booklet at your own pace or the pace best suited for your students, so there is no need to spend a specific amount of time on each page.
There are so many ways you can use these notes:
• You can display a blank form through your document camera and complete the
notes and examples together.
• Use the blank form as a template for your anchor chart. Pre-make the overall
structure and fill in the remaining pieces as a class.
• Incorporate the notes into your language centers or reading centers.
• You can assign or distribute one page at a time.
• You can bind the pages into a booklet of notes.
It’s okay to color! Be sure to give students time decorate, color, and add their own
features to the notes. That gives students ownership AND it activates their brain!
Includes the prefixes/suffixes:
Pg. 1 dis-, de-, anti-
Pg. 2 co-, com-
Pg. 3 il-, im-, in-
Pg. 4 ir-, non-
Pg. 5 uni-, mono-
Pg. 6 bi-, di-
Pg. 7 pre-, fore-
Pg. 8 post-
Pg. 9 hyper-, super-
Pg. 10 sub-, hypo-
Pg. 11 un-
Pg. 12 re-
Pg. 13 tri-
Pg. 14 quad-
•Pg. 15 trans-
•Pg. 16 ex-
•Pg. 17 –ious, -ous, -y
•Pg. 18 –less
•Pg. 19 –ful
•Pg. 20 –ible, able
•Pg. 21 –ate, -en, -ize
•Pg. 22 –ment
•Pg. 23 –er, -ist
•Pg. 24 –al, -ive
•Pg. 25 –dom, -ness
•Pg. 26 –ible, -able