I begin our unit by playing Hangman on the board. Feel free to email me at vleon999 yahoo. Eventually we deduce and verify by looking it up in the dictionary that fix can also mean to attach two things together. Use them for a review game or for an easy-to-grade assessment. If other teachers would like copies of this product, please direct them to my store. Copying any part of this product even for a classroom website is also in violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. More advanced students may complete more than one card.
This file contains 53 pages. I am looking forward to great resources and collaboration from the Upper Elementary Snapshot Blog!!!. This discussion seems to assist students in their understanding of prefixes and suffixes. I fixed the poster to the wall??? My Store: I received the Crystal Apple Award from N. A link to the product or my store is much appreciated. Fix means to repair something that is broken, right? This task card set includes 20 questions geared toward assessing knowledge of general prefixes and suffixes, including: mis-, re-, pre-, ir-, il-, im-, in-, non-, dis-, un-, over-, -er, -ly, -ing, -est, -less, -ier, and -ed. After this opening discussion, I like to use the construction theme to further teach my students about prefixes and suffixes.
Duplication for an entire team, school, or school district is strictly forbidden. It's definitely one of my favorite ways to open a lesson, but I try not to overuse it. That doesn't make sense, does it? Simply print on card-stock or paper, laminate, and cut. Task cards are a great way to get students moving - scatter them around the room or try them at a center. I have been a teacher in the Los Angeles Unified School District since 1982. Best of luck friends in your new adventure!! Have you ever done that? Alternatively, you could print these pages for individual student practice or display questions on the board for whole-class review.
My Math Team won the first place trophy four times in the Los Angeles Unified School District's Math Tournament. I am most proud of my after school Accelerated Reader Program in which Huntington Drive students have read thousands of books each year. We play games with them and use them in our writing. We create foldable book in my class where we add 10-12 roots, prefixes, and suffixes a month. In 2000, I became a National Board Certified Teacher and renewed my certification in 2009. . .
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