Printable Suffix Worksheets
Identify and know the meanings of commonly used derivational suffixes, decode words with suffixes, learn to form new words and determine the meaning of these new words formed with suffixes and much more with our suffixes worksheets for children of grades 2 and 3. This learning will help demystify the process of spelling and reading and equip children with skills for decoding difficult words.
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Introduce suffixes to kids using this simple yet attractively designed chart that encapsulates the crux of suffixes, by defining and listing the basic conventions of using them.
Get to know more about the various suffixes, their meanings and their influence on the words that they are affixed to, using this suffixes worksheet that enlists the commonly used suffixes.
This two-part exercise of circling and underlining words that contain suffixes, can provide a good practice for children of grades 2 and 3, in recognizing, and picking suffixed words.
Kids especially enjoy exercises that actively tap their creativity to come up with correct answers. In this one, they pick words from a word box to join them with their correct root words.
Use this cutting and pasting activity to develop fine motor skills and bilateral coordination of your little ones, while drawing all attention and focus on learning suffixes. How wonderful that can be!
A multiple-choice questions worksheet is sure to prompt children in working on it instantly. It offers the ease and quickness of learning and recalling suffixes using sentences to provide contexts.
Expand the knowledge of children in learning suffixes that are specifically used in naming the various jobs or occupations, with this worksheet. Let's see how many budding singers or doctors we have there!
Get kids to use the suffixes -ful/-less with this super engaging hands-on worksheet, where they read the meaning and replace the words with a synonym using the suffixes -ful/-less and complete sentences too.
Containing exuberance of little ones for anything that involves learning with pictures, can be rather hard for all the right reasons. Let kids look at the pictures and write the correct tense using the suffixes -ed and -ing.
Familiarize children of grade 3, with some Greek and Latin suffixes, to decipher words in multiple languages. Direct them to write three words using each of the given suffixes.
Using a dictionary, let kids find words containing specified suffixes and learn how these suffixes form nouns. This knowledge is essential in decoding the meanings of the new words thus formed.
Give an integrated practice of identifying and underlining the prefix or suffix in each word featured in this printable as a quick review task, that children will enjoy completing in a jiffy.
Using suitable suffixes or prefixes taking clues from the contexts of sentences, will complement children's knowledge. This makes learning more meaningful and comprehensive for learners.