Latin Suffix Worksheets:
Crazy Cats – We focus
on -ar and -ary. You are going to do a little sorting here.
What Do You
Do? I'm a... – The suffix -ist means "one who". Underline the
suffix in each word. Break it into parts and write the base word on
the first line and the suffix on the second line.
– Break each word down into its syllables. The last box you fill
in should be the suffix.
Make It Yourself
– Study the prefixes, root words and suffixes below. How many words
can you make from these word parts?
Sammy the Swordfish
– Help Sammy saw these words by filling in the chart below. Write
the base word and the suffix for each word.
– Find and underline the word with a suffix in each sentence. Write
the suffix on the line.
– This factory breaks words down into their parts so that they can
be used to make new words. Fill out the chart for each word below.
– These kittens like to play with suffixes. Get their attention
by drawing a circle around the suffix in each word.
– Unscramble the word parts. Write the word on the line.
Adjectives with Suffixes – Read each root word. Add the suffix
-able or -ible to each root word. Write each new word on the line
in the correct column.