Sunday, 7 July 2013

Prefix and Suffix Fall Harvest Activity

Prefix and Suffix Autumn Activities

This is my very first Autumn/Fall themed activity for prefixes and suffixes. It’s time to gather up the autumn affix leaves and sort them into the special bowls that are labelled with the prefix or suffix that matches the root word on each leaf. This set contains:
  • 8 prefix bowl labels and 8 suffix bowl labels.
  • 2 pages of fall leaves for you to print on green, yellow, orange and red sheets of paper, then cut out.
  • 32 root word cards for prefixes to print and cut out then stick each word onto a different leaf.
  • 32 root word cards for suffixes to print and cut out then stick each word onto a different leaf.
The prefixes featured for each bowl are un, dis, in, ir, im, re, pre, and mis. The suffixes are able, ible, ful, less, ness, ly, ment, and er. It is here available for $2.50 at my TpT Store. Or just click on the picture above to take you there.

1 comment: said...

Thanks for this great idea. I am going to spend a lot of time on word parts this year and this fall activity will be a fun way to kick off the unit. I even put a boarder around my room made up of word parts (you can see it on my blog). Thanks for sharing, Heather

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