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    Prefix Cards with Definitions Illustrations and Examples $ #vocabulary #wordwork

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  • Jean VanDerford

    Prefixes! Use these Illustrated Prefix Cards to keep your students engaged in fun activities that reinforce the definition of each prefix and examples of words that take on the meaning of the prefix when it is added to them. Over two dozen of the most common prefixes are used in these cards, they are: mis, de, a, ab, abs, fore, tri, pre, re, dis, in, dif, semi, micro, ex, un, *im, sub, inter, pro, *im, tele, bi, super, under.*Note that the prefix 'im-' has two meanings; one is 'into' and the ...

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