Dig Up the Root: An Exercise to Recognize Word Roots
To develop recognition of word roots and attached affixes
Divide the pocket chart into two columns. In the left-hand column, list a number of root words. In the right-hand column, randomly list words composed of the root words plus an affix. Have the students match the root word in the first column with the root and its affix in the second column.
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