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Learn about prefixes, suffixes, and root words with these printable worksheets and activities.
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PrefixesPrefixes Dis- and Un- Free
Complete each sentence with a word that has the prefix dis- or un-. Words include untied, disagree, unable, and disobey.Add Prefix to complete sentences Member
Add a prefix to each word in parenthesis ( ) to complete each sentence.Making Words with Prefixes Member
Add a prefix to each root word to make a new word. Then define the new word.
SuffixesSuffixes -ful and -less Free
Complete each sentence with a word that has the suffix -ful or -less. Words include harmless, colorful, worthless, and thankful.Suffixes -ed Member
Add -ed to the word in parenthesis to complete each sentence. Students will need to change the y to an i and then add -ed. Words include copied, cried, tried, and studied.Suffix -ed: Word Sort Member
There are three ways to pronounce suffix -ed. Sort the words into three different pronunciation groups.Suffixes -er -or -ist Member
Unscramble the letters to make a word with the suffix -or, -er, or -ist. Words include artist, traveler, reader, and sailor.Suffixes -ed and -ing Member
Complete the sentences with word that ends with -ed or -ing. or -less. Words include spying, cried, buying, tried, and worried.Suffixes -tion and -sion Free
Add the suffix -sion or -tion to each verb to make a noun. Then use each word in a complete sentence. Words include education, expansion, protection, subtraction, decision, and persuasion.
See Also:Homophone Worksheets
Homophones are words that sounds alike, but have different spellings. Use these worksheets to teach students about homophones.Synonym and Antonym Worksheets
Synonyms are words with similar meanings. Antonyms are words with opposite meanings. Check out our collection of synonym and antonym worksheets.Reading and Writing Worksheets
This page contains the full list of the reading, writing, phonics, and grammar worksheets on STW.