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PHONICS Base Words + Suffixes PHONICS: Suffixes -ful, -ly, -y T188THEME 9: Special Friends Week
We will learn how to add the suffixes -ful, -ly and -y to base words.We will listen to, read, speak, and write words with –ful, -ly and -y.
Reading ful hope ful = full of
Reading slow ly ly = in a way that is
Reading snow y y = having or full of
Reading hopeful slowly snowy
Reading joyful sadly useful
Reading cloudy neatly slowly
Reading rainy helpful
Reading proudly lucky
Reading safely painful
Reading bumpy gladly
Reading jumpy brightly
Writing -ful -ly -y rain
Writing -ful -ly -y rainy grace
Writing -ful -ly -y graceful rainy friend
Writing -ful -ly -y graceful friendly rainy thank
Writing -ful -ly -y graceful friendly rainy thankful cloud
Writing -ful -ly -y graceful friendly rainy thankful cloudy tight
Writing -ful -ly -y graceful friendly rainy thankful tightly cloudy
Reading ful = full of ly = in a way that is y = having or full of
We learned how to add the suffixes -ful, -ly and -y to base words.We listened to, read, spoke, and wrote words with -ful, -ly and -y.
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