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Lesson One – Prefix Word Match

This English teaching pack for Key Stage Two gets the children to play games to identify and match word roots that can be changed by the addition of different prefixes. The class can try using some of the prefixed words to write tongue twisters about things that might happen in the school.

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to play games to identify and match word roots that can be changed by the addition of different prefixes

Learning Objectives

Use further prefixes and understand how to add them. Recognising some different forms of poetry.

Learning Outcomes

I can match prefixes with roots to build new words. I can describe the language and structure of a particular type of poem.

Prefix Word Match

Teaching sequence to help the children play games to identify and match word roots that can be changed by the addition of different prefixes

Tongue Twisters

Share reading text to help the children identify and describe the use of vocabulary in different tongue twister poems

Word Match Game

Activity to help the children play games to identify and match word roots that can be changed by the addition of different prefixes

Word Match (support)

Activity cards to help the children select and match word roots that can be changed by the addition of different prefixes

Prefix Word Match

Interactive activity to help the children play games to identify and match word roots that can be changed by the addition of different prefixes

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to play games to identify and match word roots that can be changed by the addition of different prefixes

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