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prefixes and suffixes

learning new things: Gotta love a prefix and suffix! If they have an idea what the prefix means, the meaning of the whole word starts to form. Kids love this knowledge and I was teaching grade 6 when I discussed this with the class!

Prefix-Root/Base-Suffix classroom chart Common fourth grade affixes. Switch around, pencil point prefixes

Prefix-Root/Base-Suffix classroom chart Common fourth grade affixes - I like this but it's bugging me that the pencil eraser is the prefix - I think I would want that to be the suffix.

lots of Language Arts Anchor Charts: root words, prefixes, suffixes, nonfiction features, text structures and MORE

lots of Language Arts Anchor Charts: root words, prefixes, suffixes, nonfiction features, text structures and MORE. So important to teach fluency and decoding text structures.

Prefixes and Suffixes Anchor Chart

Prefixes and Suffixes Anchor Chart: A second classroom chart displaying the meanings of both suffixes and prefixes and how it changes the form of a word.

@Gaby Blanco

Love this chart for fifth grade using Greek and Latin roots in word work! I keep seeing this type of question on the MAP for my high schoolers."using your knowledge of Latin root words.

Prefixes and Suffixes Charts in both color and black and white ... kids will love coloring this chart to personalize it and put in their writing folder for reference as you learn prefixes and suffixes

Prefixes and Suffixes Charts

Prefixes and Suffixes Charts in both color and black and white . kids will love coloring this chart to personalize it and put in their writing folder for reference as you learn prefixes and suffixes

7 Syllable Types. Free handout and classroom posters!

7 Syllable Types Classroom Posters

784 Likes, 25 Comments - Amy Groesbeck (@theamygroesbeck) on Instagram: “This week we started our interactive word study anchor charts. As the miniature people find words…”

784 Likes, 25 Comments - Amy Groesbeck (@theamygroesbeck) on Instagram: “This week we started our interactive word study anchor charts. As the miniature people find words…”

Phonemic Anchor Charts: Orton-Gillingham Inspired Spelling Rules

Phonemic Anchor Charts: Orton-Gillingham Inspired Spelling Rules

Teach Your Child to Read - Phonemic Anchor Charts: Orton-Gillingham Inspired Spelling Rules - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

Word study -ow and -oa anchor chart. First grade

Word study -ow and -oa anchor chart. First grade. Never thought of teaching ow with long o instead of ou.

Good post from Crafting Connections to go with this chart - check it out to catch all the nuances of this work!

Synonyms & Antonyms Anchor Chart... with a freebie!

produce analogies with known antonyms and synonyms Good post from Crafting Connections to go with this chart - check it out to catch all the nuances of this work!

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