Prefixes Online Exercises

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Common Prefixes
Common Prefixes
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Common Prefixes
Make it easier for students to spell words by sharing common prefixes with them through this easy to understand exercise.
3rd grade
Reading & Writing
Exercise
Common Prefixes 3
Common Prefixes 3
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Common Prefixes 3
In this final exercise in the series, students will become adept at applying their knowledge of prefixes to forming new words and expanding their vocabulary.
5th grade
Reading & Writing
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Common Prefixes 2
Common Prefixes 2
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Common Prefixes 2
With the basics established, students will enjoy making use of the knowledge of common prefixes shared in this exercise.
4th grade
Reading & Writing
Exercise
Prefixes Related to Numbers
Prefixes Related to Numbers
Exercise
Prefixes Related to Numbers
Help students put a name to their favorite numbers with this exercise on prefixes related to numbers.
5th grade
Reading & Writing
Exercise

Prefixes Online Exercises

After students knock out these prefixes exercises, they will be able to easily modify a word’s meaning with just a few letters attached to its beginning. For some low-hanging fruit, start your students off with common prefixes exercises which contain words they may already know. These exercises will elevate students’ reading comprehension and writing skills simultaneously.
Every word has to start somewhere, and usually, that's with a prefix. There are lots of common prefixes out there -- de-, dis-, non-, anti- -- and your kid probably already knows some. In fact, there's even a prefix in the word prefix! Knowing word roots is a big step in using language skillfully and gracefully, and it can go a long way towards a complete language arts education. Help your child get to know some common prefixes and with our prefix exercises that will help them make their writing sing. We have a handful of exercises that cover common prefixes, and even a special one devoted to prefixes related to numbers (think di-, tri-, centi- and the like). Once they've mastered our prefix practice, they can move on to suffixes and learn to spot common word endings. Root word mastery is just a couple clicks away here at Education.com.