Sunday, 26 February 2017

St. Patrick's Day Prefix and Suffix Matching Activity

Prefix and Suffix St. Patrick's Day Matching to Root Word Activity

Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day...  This activity is for matching up the gold coins into the correct pots of gold that are labelled with a prefix or suffix. Each coins carries a root word label to guide the matching. After the activity, a bulletin board can be made like the one in the picture above. Extra props are included in the file.

This set contains:
8 prefix pot labels and 8 suffix pot labels.
6 coins for you to print then cut out (each in color and black and white).
32 root word cards for prefixes to print and cut out then stick each word onto a different coin.
32 root word cards for suffixes to print and cut out then stick each word onto a different coin.
Bulletin board display props.
The prefixes featured for each bowl are un, dis, in, im, re, pre, ir, and mis. The suffixes are able, ible, ful, less, ly, ment, ness, and en.

You can see it here at TpT to view more.

I just want you to know that I put together a reading list of books that are all about St. Patrick's Day. It’s in this blog post here.

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