Words Formed From Prefixes Worksheets To Print:
Shopping Day - Add the prefix re- or un- to each of the base words in the Word Bank. Then use the
new word to complete each sentence
Out of Thin Air! - You will add base terms to create new vocabulary out of thin air. In two cases, multiple forms will work out just fine.
Using the Right One - We explain the concept of a root word and how this can be applied to all forms of your writing.
Calvin's Catch - Look at the fish that Calvin caught. Each fish has a term in its stomach. For each term,
circle the prefix and then underline the root word.
Wanted: Roots - Find the hidden root words to collect your reward partner! Put all of them inside Sheriff Sam's jail!
Lost Pups! - These pups have gotten separated from their owners. One puppy does not have a
home! Which puppy is it? Draw
his picture, and make sure to
include the prefix in his belly!
Matching Game - Color the circles containing words that have prefixes one color. Cut out all the circles. Match the vocabulary
with their meanings.
Banana Sort - Help the monkey sort the bananas into the right bin. This worksheet is absolutely bananas!
What's the Prefix? - The first column below contains a root word. The second column contains a meaning.
Dissecting Words - This mad scientist wants to know more about how words work. Help him by filling in the chart.
Poor Derek Tripped - Derek tripped and dropped a whole box full of words. The root words have come apart from their prefixes.
Apple Prefixes - Match the words on the left with their meanings on the right. These are the types of terms we have been working with for some time now.
Be a Word Builder! - Prefixes are like special tools for tinkering with words. Look at each term and see how you can tinker with it to create a new meaning.