Prefixes 'I Have Who Has' Game. Examples of prefixes are referenced in this game which is a great tool for memorizing the meaning of these prefixes. There are 29 cards in this set and players can play in groups of two or three. Just print, cut out and laminate the cards. Each of the prefix cards has a picture next to it for visual learners to connect the roots to real life and to make sense of new and unfamiliar roots. It's great for centers and your students will have fun as they learn.
Twenty-nine of the most commonly used Prefixes are used in these cards.
The Prefixes are: mis, de, a/ab/abs, fore, tri, pre, re, dis, in/un, dif, semi, a, micro, ex, im, sub, inter, pro, tele, bi, super, and under. It also has these number prefixes: uni/mono, bi/duo, quad, penta/quint, deca, hecto, and kilo.
Instructions for playing is included. Variations to this game are also provided. For an answer key, just print out pages the pages (with the cards) on a smaller scale, such as two per page and refer to this as your answer key. I have arranged the cards here in the order that they will be called and answered so that it automatically serves as an answer key.
See all of my resources for Prefixes and Suffixes here:
Suffix Word Wall
Suffix Cards with Definitions Illustrations and Examples
Prefix and Suffix Fall Harvest
Prefix, Root Word and Suffix Match
Prefix Word Wall
Prefix Cards with Definitions Illustrations and Examples
Prefixes and Suffixes - I Have Who Has - Game
Prefixes, Suffixes, Greek and Latin Roots - Bundle
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