Identify and Use: Suffix -ed – Time to work on the past tense verbs in this one.
Suffix -ed Crossword – Find and define the words in the puzzle.
Suffixes -s and -es – We go all in on plurals and definitions here.
Prefix re- – Yeah, you need to use this one again! Get it?
Prefix pre- – I know that happened before!
Prefix un- – Adding the prefix un- to a word means that it will have the opposite meaning.
Prefix un- 2 – Circle the verbs with the prefix un- and define.
Suffixes -s – The suffix -s makes a noun plural, meaning more than one. Rewrite the nouns as plural nouns and define.
Prefix re- – Write the word formed with the root word and the prefix re- and define the new word. The first one has been done for you.
Suffix -less Crossword – The suffix -less means that a noun is without something.
Suffix -less – Write a newly formed word using the root word and the prefix -less, and then define the new word.
Using the Prefix un- to Understand Words – Write the word formed and explain the meaning of each word.
Prefix pre- – The prefix pre- means that an action happened ahead of time.
Suffix -ful – The suffix -ful means that a noun is full of something.
Suffix -ful 2 – Rewrite the words by adding the -ful suffix and define.
Inflections and Affixes – Pick the appropriate inflection or affix for each root word.
Using the Suffix -less to Understand Words – You can use the suffix (-less) to help you understand the meaning of words.