This colorful heart shape is a reminder of Valentine's Day and the goodness of a person who you want to be your Valentine.
AND, it also helps students clearly see the difference a SUFFIX can make to a ROOT word.
Suffixes that result in positive meanings will be colored one way, while words whose meaning now is negative with a suffix will be colored a different color. Example: HARMFUL is negative; while HARMLESS is positive! JOYLESS and then JOYFUL, WORTHY vs. WORTHLESS! Some words are simply kind and provide many positive, and inspirational words.
Who says you cannot think of something nice to say?
This is another one you may like! Parts of Speech: Color a Mystery (Prefix, Suffix and Roots),