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2nd Grade Suffix & Prefix Worksheets

These second-grade suffix and prefix worksheets are CCSS aligned for ELA teachers, homeschooling, and online tutoring, designed for easy prep and timesaving planning. In these paperless worksheets, students will work on decoding words with common prefixes and suffixes as per the Common Core through paperless tests, flashcards, and play-to-learn worksheets.

What is a Suffix? What’s a Prefix Worksheet

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In these worksheets, 2nd-grade students will decode prefixes and suffixes as per the Common Core Standards. They will identify common suffixes and common prefixes, base words, suffixes, and prefixes with flashcards and paperless tests. At the end 2nd graders need to search for them in a short grade-appropriate story.

Common Suffixes

Before you head into the worksheets, take a look at these common suffix examples.

Suffix Meaning Example
Suffix

-ful

Meaning

full of

Example

beautiful

Suffix

-er

Meaning

more

Example

stronger

Suffix

-er

Meaning

a person who

Example

farmer

Suffix

-less

Meaning

without

Example

helpless

Suffix

-able/-ible

Meaning

able to

Example

washable

Common Prefixes

Before you head into the worksheets, take a look at these common prefixes.

Prefix Meaning Example
Prefix

Re-

Meaning

again

Example

replay

Prefix

Un-

Meaning

the opposite of

Example

unfair

Prefix

Dis-

Meaning

not

Example

disagree

Prefix

Pre-

Meaning

before

Example

prepare

Suffix Flashcards

Can you answer the suffix questions on the flashcards below? Tap the flashcard to reveal the answers.

Prefix Flashcards

Prefixes are words that you put at the beginning of root words. Can you answer the prefix questions on the flashcards below? Click the flashcard to reveal the answers.

Make Your Own Suffixes & Prefixes Paperless Worksheet

Can you form words using the suffixes and prefixes below? Drag and drop the suffix or prefix to its root word.

Checkpoint ✔️
Drag the suffix or prefix to its root word.

Color

drop one card here

fair

drop one card here

Bake

drop one card here

Break

drop one card here

Use

drop one card here

school

drop one card here

Search for Suffixes Worksheet

Can you find the suffixes in the story below? Read the short story and find the suffixes. Once you’ve read the short story, take the quiz.

1. -est is a suffix.

Choose the best answer from the choices below

Possible answers

2. Identify the suffix and root word in this sentence below.
He loves to dress in colorful pants.

Choose the best answer from the choices below

Possible answers

3. Identify the suffix and root words in this sentence below.
 Where he bounces and sniffs the beautiful flowers

Choose the best answer from the choices below

Possible answers

Prefix Quiz

Answer the following prefix questions on this paperless test. Got a question wrong? Press reset and try again

1. When I add the prefix UN- to unhappy, it means:

Choose the best answer from the choices below

Possible answers

2. The prefix RE- means:

Choose the best answer from the choices below

Possible answers

3. When I add the prefix RE- to rewrite, it means:

Choose the best answer from the choices below

Possible answers

4. If a teacher tells you to do something again, you

Choose the best answer from the choices below

Possible answers

Want more play-to-learn worksheets for second graders and elementary? Check out the links below.

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    «Formation of a word with the help of a suffix and a prefix» Grade 2 | Outline of the lesson in the Russian language (Grade 2) on the topic:

    Lesson-travel

    Conducted and prepared:

    primary school teacher

    MKOU «Secondary School No. 21» IMRSK 900 03

    Shcherbakova A.S.

    2015-2016 academic year

    Topic: Forming words with prefixes and suffixes.

    Lesson type:

    combined

    Interdisciplinary connections:

    Literature, natural science, history.

    Methods and techniques: verbal, visual, practical

    Lesson objectives:

    — Consolidation of students’ skills to form new words using suffixes and prefixes

    Tasks:

    Educational — to form the ability to disassemble words by composition

    Developing — to develop the ability form new words with the help of suffixes and prefixes; — continue the development of the ability to analyze, compare, compare, highlight the main thing, develop attention, memory, thinking, speech; expand the horizons and vocabulary of students.

    Educational — to educate and form during the lesson interest in

    learning the Russian language; a sense of collectivism, and individuality of students, mutual assistance.

    Visualization: computer, projector, screen, presentation, cards, red, yellow, green stars for reflection, leaflets with prefixes written on them.

    Lesson progress

    1. Org moment.

    Guys, today we have an unusual lesson. We will make a space journey. And let’s try to unravel the mystery — the mystery of the formation of words with the help of prefixes and suffixes. (sweet 1)

    Alisa Selezneva will help us (slide 2)

    Lesson motto:

    The one who knows the parts of the word

    He will write them sensibly.

    Psychological mood.

    The cheerful bell rang,

    Are you ready to travel?

    Let’s listen, reason

    And help each other!

    So, notebooks turn into cosmic travel diaries. There we will celebrate all the most important things along the way. Let’s make the first entry — indicate the date of travel. (slide 3)

    Goal setting — Guys, what goal did each of you set for this lesson?

    (Learn more about the composition of the word. Know everything about word formation. Answer the lesson and get a good mark.)

    And I set goals for this lesson:

    — learn to work in groups; namely, to defend one’s views and beliefs, and if necessary, to take someone else’s point of view;

    • be able to work with information.

    How many of you would like to set these goals with me?

    II. Actualization of knowledge

    So, we are going on a space journey. (Track 1)

    We have landed on the first planet of the Medusa system. In order for our journey to continue, answer the questions of the inhabitants of this planet.

    Complete the phrase: (Slide 4).

    — Ending (changeable part of a word that serves to connect words in a sentence is called an ending)

    — root (common part of related words)

    — suffix (part of a word after the root, used to form new words)

    — What is the stem of a word? (part of a word without an ending is called the stem)

    III Repetition, consolidation and systematization of knowledge on the topic.

    1. Individual work. (Students work on the back of the board)

    Root

    Prefix,

    Suffix.

    9)

    -What is the significant part of the word that comes before the root and serves to form new words? (¬)

    — We are moving on.

    III Work on the formation of new words.

    1. Formation of words with the help of prefixes. (Slide 7)

    There is a prefix before the root,
    It is written together.
    And with the help of a prefix,
    Words are formed.

    Form from the words to go, grow, fly with the help of prefixes new words

    Conclusion:

    — It is the prefixes that create a special expressiveness of the verbs. They indicate the degree of intensity of the action, the various shades of its manifestation, sometimes give the words a colloquial coloring.

    1. Work according to the textbook. (part 3 p. 83-84) (Slide 8)
    2. Performing exercise No. 93 p. be able to do a lot.

      Be healthy, don’t be lazy, study well at school.

      And we will do exercises every day — we are not too lazy!

      Turn left, turn right and come back again,

      Squat, jump and run, run, run.

      And then everything is quieter, quieter to walk around — and sit down again.

      V Observation of the role of the suffix in word formation.

      We are approaching the planet Suffiskalia. (Slide 10)

      The suffix is ​​an important part of the word,
      Like a hook for a fisherman,
      The suffix is ​​interesting.
      A lonely prince without a princess,
      Like a riddle, this suffix,
      It’s magical on the planet with him.
      There is also a suffix in the word — cubs,
      And what else, guys?

      1. Form new words from these words using suffixes. (Slide 11)

      Ball — ball, wagon — wagon, voice — voice, stove — stove,

      Conclusion: The suffix serves to form new words.

      1. Stone, construction, taxi, fly (Slide 12)

      Conclusion: With the help of suffixes: -chik, -schik, -ist, -tel, words are formed that designate a person by profession by occupation.

      1. Using the suffixes -ik, — points, -enk, -ushk, form new words:

      Grass, willow, river (Slide 13) k, — ears have a diminutive meaning.

      1. Composing a syncwine with the word suffix (Slide 14)
      1. Suffix
      2. Educational, interesting
      3. Forms, composes, builds
      4. The suffix comes after the root
      5. Morpheme

      VI Securing.

      Our space journey continues. What planet awaits us? (Slide 15)

      1. Work according to the textbook. Uch. h 3 s84 No. 94
      1. «Mirror test». (Slide 16)

      Choose the correct statement:

      1. A word cannot be without a root (Slide 17)

      2. A word cannot be without a suffix

      3. A word cannot be without a prefix

      4. Word cannot be without ending

      Choose the correct statement: (Slide 18)

      1. The ending is the changeable part of the word

      2. The ending is the unchangeable part of the word

      Choose the correct statement: (Slide 19)

      1. The suffix comes after the root

      2. The suffix comes before the root 9 0145

      Select correct statement: (Slide 20)

      1. The prefix is ​​behind the root

      2. The prefix is ​​before the root

      What parts can a word consist of? Mark the correct answers. (Slide 21)

      1. Prefix, root, ending
      2. Root, suffix, ending
      3. Prefix, suffix, ending
      4. Prefix, root, suffix, ending

      Circle the numbers of the correct statements about the formation of new words. (Slide 22)

      1. New words can be formed using a prefix.

      2. New words can be formed with endings.

      3. New words can be formed using a suffix.

      4. New words can be formed using a prefix and a suffix.

      3. Filling in the semantic map. Work in pairs. (Slide 23)

      90 324

      E. g.

      With prefixes

      With suffixes

      With prefixes and suffixes

      Bloom, bloom, bloom

      sea, overseas

      field, field, field

      Table, table, to table, about table

      House, house, small house Independent work (Slide 24) Multi-level tasks.

      level 1 (yellow man)

      Pick up words with the same root for the words star, fly and take them apart

      Level 2 (blue man)

      Write words in this order

      1) words-names of objects

      2) word — a sign of an object 9 0003

      3) the word is the action of the object.

      1. shine, light, light, illuminate.

      2.travel, wayfarer, way

      3rd level (little red man)0003

      VIII. Homework.

      Control No. 96 from 85

      IX. Reflection. (Slide 25)

      Children summarize the lesson by analyzing their work in the lesson

      Read the beginning of the sentence and complete it on their own:

      I learned …

      I learned …

      I liked it …

      I found it difficult … 900 03

      My mood …

      Our journey has come to an end

      Words

      Words with the same root

      Forms of the same word

      Using prefixes

      Using suffixes

      900 02 With prefixes and suffixes

      Star, sprocket

      Rocket, rockets, rocket

      Fly, fly, fly

      Moon, lunar, lunar rover

      Words

      Root words

      Forms of the same word

      Using prefixes

      Using suffixes

      Using prefixes and suffixes

      star

      planting 4

      Fly, fly, fly over

      Moon, lunar, lunar rover

      90 324

      Work in pairs

      Name __________________________ Full name ________________________________

      Semantic map

      Full name _________________________________ Date___________

      For example

      Forms of the same word

      Prefixes

      With suffixes

      With prefixes and suffixes

      90 324

      Semantic map0003

      For example

      Words with the same root rates

      Using suffixes

      Using prefixes and suffixes

      9 0324

      2 Full name ___________________________                                                                                                             

      Forms of the same words

      With prefixes

      With suffixes

      With prefixes and suffixes

      Lesson outline «Suffix and prefix»

      Outline of the lesson.

      Topic : Composition of a word. Formation of words with the help of suffixes and prefixes. Grade 5

      Purpose: students will consolidate the ability to form words with the help of suffixes and prefixes.

      Tasks :

      Educational : generalization of students’ knowledge of the parts of a word, practicing the ability to find suffixes and prefixes and the skill of forming words with the help of prefixes and suffixes;

      Correctional and developmental: development of oral speech regulating the function of speech through the students’ explanation of their actions, choices; correction of voluntary attention, auditory perception through the implementation of a graphic dictation; correction and development of fine motor skills of the hands by performing tasks with small objects;

      Educational: education of accuracy, diligence, diligence and perseverance, the ability to carry out the work begun to the end; mutual assistance, the ability to work together; fostering a caring attitude towards loved ones, care, attention.

      Lesson type: repetitive-generalizing

      Basic knowledge: suffixes and prefixes are involved in the formation of new words

      Equipment: laptop, instruction manual , leaflets for graphic dictation, individual bags with tasks

      Course of the lesson

      1.Org. moment.

      — The bell has rung!

      The lesson is starting!

      Sit down guys, everyone’s backs are straight, hands on their desks.

      Psychological mood of students for the lesson.

      Guys , I offer you the golden rule of our lesson (on the board)

      Listen to everyone

      Attentively.

      Speak carefully.

      It is necessary to think.

      3. Actualization of knowledge, introduction to the topic of the lesson.

      Writing the date in notebooks.

      -Guys, we have been working on the big topic «Word Composition» for several lessons. Today we will continue this work. And we will write the topic of today’s lesson later.

      — Read the words on the board:

      Forest, forests, woods .

      — What can you say about these words? (The words have the same root, they have a common root forest)

      — Write the words in a notebook and sort them out by composition.

      — Let’s check your results. (Word forest : root forest, endings in the word no ; word forest 90 843 : root forest, ending a ; word forest : root forest , no ending in the word, suffix ok) .

      Conclude: What are the parts of the word did you meet in these words?

      (In these words we found root, suffixes, endings) .

      4. Learning new material.

      — We have sorted out a group of words. Remind them. ( Forest, woods, forest )

      — I add one more word to this group: copse .

      — What does the new word mean copse ? (Coppice is a young sparse forest: a forest separated by clearings from a large forest).

      Prove that all these words have the same root. (they have a common root forest)

      Let’s analyze the word copse by composition. (root forest , no ending in the word, suffix ok )

      And what is re- ?

      Today at the lesson you will learn what this part of the word is called and why it is needed.

      Message topic, lesson tasks.

      This new part of the word is called prefix . This is the topic of our lesson. Write it down in your notebooks.

      Lesson objectives:

      — to get acquainted with the prefix;

      — find out the place of the prefix in the word and its role in the Russian language.

      — How will we select the prefix? Look at the icon

      Let’s try to describe the prefix for questions.

      — Is the prefix part of a word? (Prefix — part of a word)

      — Where is the prefix located? (Before the root)

      — Why did she appear in this word? (For the formation of a new word)

      -Working with the textbook

      Reading the rule p.48.

      5.Fizminutka

      WITH PRI — prefix sit down

      WITH PO — prefix — rise and sway a little

      FROM POD — jump, wink

      WITH YOU — stretch out your arms

      C o — omit them again

      That’s all. It’s time

      C FOR — finish charging.

      6. Consolidation of the studied material.

      Exercise 74, p. 48

      We do it in a notebook.

      Let’s play with words. Write the word «move» in your notebook.

      In 1 minute you need to come up with and write down as many related words as possible in a column, putting before the root — move — different prefixes. For example: move — exit, entrance

      Who invented it? Read! (Entry, transition, exit, departure, arrival, passage, departure, exit, entry, income, bypass, hike, rise, sunrise, expense, approach).

      — How would you call that part of the word that was attached to the word move , thereby changing its meaning? (Console).

      7. Independent work.

      — Work with text.

      Insert the missing prefixes by choosing from the data in brackets.

      Feel sorry for the animals.

      In the summer, adults and children …go to summer cottages. They … have kittens. Summer … walks. Everyone … goes to the city. Leave the kittens alone. So they run hungry through the streets. Pity the animals.

      (with-, for-, pro-, y-)

      — Who is to blame for this terrible disaster?

      -Which sentence expresses the main idea of ​​the text?

      -How can we help poor animals?

      8. Homework: 76 p. 50

      9. The results of the lesson.

      — What part of the word did you get acquainted with today?

      — Let’s try to collect everything you have learned about prefixes .

      Let’s check what you remember in today’s lesson.

      (signal cards «yes» purple, «no» yellow)

      • Prefix — part of a word? (+)

      • Is the prefix after the root? (-)

      • The prefix is ​​used to form new words. (+)

      • The prefix comes before the root. (+)

      • A prefix is ​​the main part of a word. (-)

      The prefix is part of a word. She stands before the root. The prefix is ​​used to form new words. The prefix is ​​designated as follows.

      Grading.

      Insert missing prefixes, choosing from the data in brackets.

      Feel sorry for the animals.

      In the summer, adults and children …go to summer cottages. They … have kittens. Summer … walks. Everyone . .. goes to the city. Leave the kittens alone. So they run hungry through the streets. Pity the animals.

      (with-, y-, for-, pro-)

      Insert missing prefixes, choosing from the data in brackets.

      Feel sorry for the animals.

      In the summer, adults and children …go to summer cottages. They … have kittens. Summer … walks. Everyone … goes to the city. Leave the kittens alone. So they run hungry through the streets. Pity the animals.

      (with-, y-, for-, pro-)

      Write down. What parts of the word are highlighted? Label them.

      Feel sorry for the animals.

      In summer, adults and children at go to summer cottages. They for have kittens. Summer about is walking. All at go to the city. Leave the kittens alone. So they run hungry through the streets. Pity the animals.

      Sleep. What parts of the word are highlighted? Label them.

      Feel sorry for the animals.

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