Root Words, Prefixes, and Suffixes Mega Bundle | Morphology

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Prefixes Task Cards | Morphology Task Cards

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Suffixes Task Cards | Morphology Task Cards

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Greek and Latin Root Word Task Cards | Morphology Task Cards

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Prefixes Digital Task Cards Activities Volume One | Morphology Activities

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Prefixes Digital Task Card Activities Volume Two | Morphology Activities

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Suffixes Digital Task Cards Activities Volume One | Morphology Activities

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Suffixes Digital Task Card Activities Volume Two | Morphology Activities

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Greek and Latin Root Word Digital Task Card Activities | Morphology Activities

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Prefix Word Wall Vocabulary Cards | Prefixes Posters

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Suffix Word Wall Vocabulary Cards and Posters

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Greek and Latin Root Word Wall Vocabulary Cards and Posters

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Description

Support vocabulary development and extend students’ reading comprehension and writing skills by explicitly teaching morphology: Prefixes, Suffixes and Greek and Latin Root Words.
 
Activities link directly to the Common Core (Grade 3-6) and the New Zealand Literacy Progressions,
 
This Morphology Mega Bundle is suitable for both US and British spellings.
 
This Root Words, Prefixes, and Suffixes Mega Bundle includes the following eleven resources:
 
Why Teach Morphology (Prefixes, Suffixes and Greek and Latin Root Words)
 
When students gain morphological awareness, they:
  • build word sense.
  • build literacy skills.
  • build knowledge in content.
  • build an understanding of multiple meanings, through the study of word families.
 
A meta-analysis conducted by Bowers et al (2010) of 22 morphology studies found that morphology instruction benefits learners, especially less proficient readers.

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