Transform your students’ vocabulary skills with our skill-building suffix worksheet, featuring the powerful “-able” suffix
Are Your Students ‘Able’ to Use the Suffix “-able”?
Transform your students’ vocabulary skills with our skill-building suffix worksheet, featuring the powerful “-able” suffix. Suffixes are like the secret keys to unlocking the meaning of new and unfamiliar words, and with this worksheet, your students will learn how to decode even the most complex vocabulary with ease.
What is the Meaning of the Suffix ‘-able’?
The worksheet is filled with a range of sentences that contain blanks, giving students the opportunity to flex their critical thinking muscles and use context clues to figure out the correct word to fill in the space. By focusing on the -able suffix, students will learn how to identify words that indicate the ability to do something, giving them valuable insight into the world of words.
Download and Print Your Suffix Practice Activities
Download and print your suffix practice activities today and watch your students’ vocabulary skills soar to new heights! With editable Google Slides and quick-print PDF versions available, getting your hands on these valuable resources has never been easier.
Paired with the right resources, this worksheet will provide a definite boost to your students’ vocabularies. Grab these while you’re here!
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Katy Blevins, a teacher in Georgia and Teach Starter collaborator contributed to this resource.