Prefixes and Suffixes Games | Prefixes and Suffixes Word Searches

Prefixes and Suffixes Games | Prefixes and Suffixes Word Searches
Prefixes and Suffixes Games | Prefixes and Suffixes Word Searches
Prefixes and Suffixes Games | Prefixes and Suffixes Word Searches
Prefixes and Suffixes Games | Prefixes and Suffixes Word Searches
Prefixes and Suffixes Games | Prefixes and Suffixes Word Searches
Prefixes and Suffixes Games | Prefixes and Suffixes Word Searches
Prefixes and Suffixes Games | Prefixes and Suffixes Word Searches
Prefixes and Suffixes Games | Prefixes and Suffixes Word Searches
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Prefixes and suffixes word searches are a perfect way to keep your students engaged. Print and use them with early finishers. Or when you need to work with small groups and have some students who can or need to practice more. Quick and sweet!

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All the pages are in black and white. There are 2 word searches per page to save ink. The keys are included.

What prefixes are practiced:

  • re (rewrite, reheat, reuse, reread, relearn, resend, rewatch, recook);
  • pre (preview, prepaid, preheat, prehistoric, preschool, precook, preorder, prefix);
  • un (unlucky, unhappy, unfair, unusual, unlock, unkind, unfasten, unbelievable);
  • over (overview, overdue, overflow, overcharge, overreact, overthink, overpaid, overwork);
  • mid (midwinter, midway, midsummer, midfielder);
  • dis (distrust, dislike, disagree, disappear);
  • im (impolite, impossible, improper, immortal);
  • in (inactive, insensitive, incomplete, invisible);
  • mis (miscount, mislead, misbehave, misplace);
  • en (enable, enclose, encode, engulf);
  • ex (exhale, exchange, ex-president, ex-boyfriend);
  • pro (promote, prolong, proclaim, proactive);
  • sub (subnormal, submerge, submarine, subtitle);
  • super (supernatural, supermarket, superfood, superstar).

What suffixes are practiced:

  • er (painter, baker, writer, singer, cleaner, farmer, speaker, worker);
  • ful (cheerful, harmful, peaceful, successful, colorful, graceful, careful, beautiful);
  • less (shoeless, careless, fearless, hopeless, homeless, friendless, tireless, endless);
  • ness (darkness, softness, politeness, gentleness, sadness, greatness, kindness, wilderness);
  • able (breakable, profitable, comfortable, likable, laughable, preventable, portable, adorable);
  • ize (realize, initialize, materialize, modernize, capitalize, specialize, computerize, organize);
  • ship (friendship, ownership, leadership, authorship, membership, citizenship, partnership, spaceship);
  • ity (mobility, electricity, reality, elasticity, flexibility, oddity, activity, responsibility);
  • y (sleepy, bumpy, thirsty, messy);
  • ly (softly, slowly, madly, happily);
  • ous (humorous, marvelous, glorious, adventurous);
  • ish (pinkish, childish, boyish, foolish);
  • en (waxen, silken, wooden, golden);
  • al (critical, comical, mechanical, criminal);
  • ion (confession, edition, impression, invasion);
  • hood (sisterhood, brotherhood, neighborhood, adulthood);
  • ify (intensify, beautify, justify, simplify);
  • ic (allergic, historic, poetic, linguistic).

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Determine the meaning of the new word formed when a known affix is added to a known word (e.g., agreeable/disagreeable, comfortable/uncomfortable, care/careless, heat/preheat).
Use conventional spelling for high-frequency and other studied words and for adding suffixes to base words (e.g., sitting, smiled, cries, happiness).
Identify and know the meaning of the most common prefixes and derivational suffixes.
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