Unfamiliar Words Worksheets To Print:
Syllable Sort - We created
an interesting strategy here for you. You need to define a word and
always account for the number of syllables in the term.
Getting to the Root of It
- Find the similar Greek root in each word. Draw a horizontal line between the common Greek root and the rest of the term.
Ant Hunting - Break each
word up into four parts. We work on using the root ant- and anti-. You will give shape to your words.
Recognizing Long O -
Identify where the long O resides. Underline the syllable in the term
that contains the long o sound.
Chopping Them Into Parts
- These are two part chunk words. Chop each word in half to make it easier to
read. Write the base on the first line. Write the suffix
on the second line.
Break. - Circle the prefix and/or suffix in each word. Then
write how many syllables the word contains.
Understanding - Identify the suffix. Write the base word in
the first column and the suffix in the second column.
Open New Terms - You can figure out unfamiliar words by looking
for words and word parts that you are familiar with inside them.
Terms - Read the passage. Write each underlined word on the
line. Break each underlined word into syllables and write one syllable
in each box.
A Trip To The
Zoo - Fill out the chart. If a column doesn't apply, leave it
blank. Follow the example.
Decoding - Underline the prefix that you see as you go along. Then match each
word to its definition. Use
the number of syllables in parentheses next to each definition for a clue.
You've Never Met Before - Use your knowledge of vowel diagraphs
to read the words. Write
each word on the first line, using a dash to
separate the syllables. Underline the vowel
diagraph as needed.