Students have vocabulary fun
as they learn phobias
by studying context clues and prefixes
This 5-page printable
• introduces students to the suffix -PHOBIA
, with a definition and examples
• tells students about the importance of using context clues
to determine meanings
• presents students with 35 sentences
about different phobias. Students use context clues
to determine the meaning of the phobia.
Also included is an answer key
This classroom-tested activity is suitable for middle school, high school classes, and college classes. Created by Susan Thurman.
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