Affix Match
(View Complete Item Description)Students will identify the meaning of affixes. Students match affixes to their meanings by playing a memory game.
Material Type: Lesson Plan
Students will identify the meaning of affixes. Students match affixes to their meanings by playing a memory game.
Material Type: Lesson Plan
Students will quickly read affixes in these timed tests activity.
Material Type: Activity/Lab
Students will identify the meaning of affixes by playing concentration.
Material Type: Activity/Lab, Game
Students will identify an affix as either a prefix or suffix, state the meaning, and provide a word that uses such affix. In this activity students are encouraged to use a dictionary for support.
Material Type: Activity/Lab, Game
Students will sort words into the following categories: suffixes, prefixes, both prefixes and suffixes, and those that have no affixes.
Material Type: Activity/Lab
Students will quickly read affixes on a practice sheet in this timed activity.
Material Type: Activity/Lab
Students will use prefixes, suffixes, and root words to create their own Affix Books.
Material Type: Lesson Plan
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