This set contains eleven activities that give students lots of practice working with prefixes in a variety of ways. Using these affixes as clues is a strategy that helps students determine or clarify the meaning of unknown words. The activities include:
1. Using Prefixes in Words and Sentences
2. Number Prefixes
3. Sorting Words with Prefixes
4. Choose Your Prefix – Cut and Paste
5. Identifying Prefixes
6. Make New Words with Prefixes
7. Identify the Prefix, Suffix, and Base
8. Prefix Change Up
9. Prefix Bingo
10. Practice Cards
11. Graffiti Wall of Prefixes
Answer Keys, including a teachers’ list of all prefixes used in these activities with sample words for each.
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The prefixes used in this set of activities are:
bi-, tri-, uni-, super-, sub-, ex-, dis-, trans-, pre-, post-, in-, im-, il-, ir-, un-, re-, con-, com-, col-, ob-, op-, auto-, hydro-, de-, mis-, anti-, mega-, micro-, mini-, bene-, mal-, a-, ab-, be-, deca-, deci-, centi-, semi-, hemi-, quad-, octo-, and photo-
For more vocabulary activities to introduce and practice with prefixes, suffixes, and roots, see the Vocabulary
section in this store.
From Classroom in the Middle