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Prefixes and Suffixes Worksheets

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A set of 24 prefixes and suffixes worksheets for students to use when learning about common prefixes and suffixes.

Ask students to add in as many words as they can think of that begin or end with common prefixes and suffixes. This set contains full-colour worksheets for classroom displays and group activities as well as black and white worksheets for individual activities.

Prefixes include: de, dis, ex, il, im, in, mis, non, pre, re and un.

Suffixes include: able, al, er, est, ful, ible, ily, ing, less, ly, ness and y.

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