We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byElijah MacGregor
Modified over 2 years ago
PHONICS Base Words + Suffixes PHONICS: Suffixes -ful, -ly, -y T188 THEME 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 hope ful ful = full of
Reading slowly ly = in a way that is
Reading snowy 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 rain -ful-ly-y
Writing grace -ful-ly-y rainy
Writing graceful -ful-ly-y rainy friend
Writing graceful -ful-ly-y rainyfriendly thank
Writing graceful -ful-ly-y rainyfriendly thankful cloud
Writing graceful -ful-ly-y rainyfriendly thankful cloudy tight
Writing graceful -ful-ly-y rainyfriendly thankful cloudy tightly
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.
Subject: Communication Arts Objective: Prefixes, Suffixes, and Base Words Name: Angie Binkhoelter Grade Level: 3 Lesson Overview: Students will learn.
1.A group of letters placed at the end of a word that change the meaning of the word is a a. prefix b. suffix c. root word d. word origin 2. What is the.
Suffixes (Words ending in ly, ful, less) Let’s look at some words with these endings!
Its sunny. Hows the weather ? sun sun-- sunny Hows the weather? Its cloudy. clouds cloud---cloudy.
Produced by the Riverina Schools Project Partnership, 2009 Talk To Me Lesson Seven Using Good Manners.
Brave as a Mountain Lion By: Ann Herbert Scott Genre: Realistic Fiction Authors Purpose: Skill: Visualizing.
Henry and Mudge and Mrs. Hoppers House Henry and Mudge and Mrs. Hoppers House Big Question: What treasures can share with neighbors? Author: Cynthia Rylant.
1. As I jour-ney here mid the toil and tears, theres a rainbow Theres a in the cloud; rainbow in the cloud; He will safe-ly lead, I must have no fear,
Week 1 Exit Slips In your own words, what is reading fluency and how do you think you get better at it?
Good Morning! Today is ____________________. There are all kinds of ___________. We can play ball and go with our friends. We can take a walk, too. A friend.
Getting to know each other Needs and wants Human Rights Our responsibilities Researching human rights.
Suffixes Literacy Objectives: To understand what is meant by the term suffix; To recognise and spell the suffixes: - ness and ship.
We are interested in what you are interested in. The book is about how people lived in the past. They are proud of what you have done. We all expect.
Staying Safe on DB Primary Click to continue. In DB Primary, there are a number of ways that you can learn about keeping safe online... Click to continue.
This teacher led activity aims to remind children of the ‘-less’ suffix which they met in week 8, when it was introduced as reversing the meaning of the.
Mini lesson: Strong Lead Today, we will learn how to begin your essay with strength.
( · ). Word Power Unit 1 Advertising Unit 1 Blank-filling ____________ (advertise) are an important part of life. They use lots of ____________ (persuade)
Class 2 Little Angels 2013 – 2014 Sally-Ann Lucas.
Welcome to your computer class! This class helps you: know more English words and grammar, listen and speak better and have more success with a computer,
How we use language To consider attitudes towards language use To gain an awareness of how words are formed and come into the language To work collaboratively.
September 13, Reading Do Now: How did your Double-Entry Diary go last night? Was it harder or easier than you expected? Did you use any of the online.
Click to advance the show. The moral of the story…
All That Corn Vocabulary Lesson. ELA1R5 The student acquires and uses grade-level words to communicate effectively. The student a. Reads and listens to.
Then we have. to be there that was in I have a.
Topic: Listening and Speaking Class:11 Teacher:yang yunshu.
Probability Learning Objectives: ~ To discuss how likely events are to happen. ~ To use mathematical vocabulary to describe the probability of events happening.
Thinking is a function of reading, speaking, listening and writing – and collaboration! By asking questions, you build on other students' comments, agreeing.
The Fox and the Stork Vocabulary Lesson By Mrs. Moody.
Many Moods. What is mood? The feeling or atmosphere that the writer creates for the reader. Descriptive words, the setting and figurative language contribute.
STUDENTS WILL UNDERSTAND THAT THEY HAVE THE POWER TO MAKE MIDDLE SCHOOL A SUCCESSFUL TIME IN THEIR LIVES. Agenda 1.Please find your folder and take out.
© 2016 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.