Common Prefix and Suffix Worksheets To Print:
A Very Unusual Day - It is just not Sally's day. Her locker just would not open for her. See if you can determine the meaning of each term.
-able, -er, -ful, -less - Use those suffixes to help you complete the word boxes. Read each base word. Then read the
meaning of a new word. Choose which of the
suffixes below to add to each base word to make
the new word. Write the new word on the line.
A Bump in the Night! - A little scary at times here. Read the definition underneath each blank. Add ‐full or ‐
less to the bold word to make a new word that matches the
definition. Write the new word on the line.
Big Fish! - Imagine if all fish were born with cool labels on their bellies. Match the word in each fish's stomach to its definition. Write the letter of the definition
on the line.
Miss Potts - A little bit of a guided mad lib activity here.
A Pup Mishap! - Help get them back where they belong by matching the prefixes in the pups to the root words in each cage below.
Absolutely NOT! - Both of the prefixes dis- and un- mean "not". Pair one of these prefixes with a root word to create a word that has each meaning provided. Write your word on the line.
Reflecting on Prefixes - In the chart below, the middle column contains a root word. The last column contains a meaning.
Big Billy - Choose the correct word to fill in each blank. It would just sound better not to mention be grammatically correct.
Word Surgery - Help the doctor stitch these words back up by filling in the chart
Falling Over - Tony tripped and dropped a whole box full of words. The root words
have come apart from their prefixes and suffixes. Can you put them
Tinkering With Words - Suffixes are like special tools for tinkering with words. Look at each word meaning
below. Choose one of the endings provided to create a word that has that