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Spelling Lesson 32 Spelling words with the –ful and –less Suffixes joyful thankful careful useless hopeful homeless harmful helpless fearful painless painful.

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1 Spelling Lesson 32 Spelling words with the –ful and –less Suffixes joyful thankful careful useless hopeful homeless harmful helpless fearful painless painful cloudless playful thankless skillful powerful wonderful breathless respectful thoughtful Spelling Tip The suffix –ful added to a word means full of. The suffix –less added to a word means without.

2 1-9. Write the Core Words that end with -ful Write the Core Words that end with -less Write the Challenge Words. Circle the suffix in each word. joyful thankful careful useless hopeful homeless harmful helpless fearful painless painful cloudless playful thankless skillful powerful wonderful breathless respectful thoughtful

3 Yesterday’s clouds had disappeared, leaving behind a ( 1 ) sky. I was ( 2 ) to see that the beach was not crowded. I had been ( 3 ) there would be too many people. I was ( 4 ) to put on some lotion as soon as we got there. Once I got a ( 5 ), stinging sunburn. I reminded myself that the lotion would be ( 6 ) if it washed off when I swam. Without its protection, I would be ( 7 ) against the sun’s rays. Blocking out the sun in the afternoon will make your evening ( 8 ). A Day at the Beach joyful thankful careful useless hopeful homeless harmful helpless fearful painless painful cloudless playful thankless skillful powerful wonderful breathless respectful thoughtful

4 I told my friends that too much sun can be very ( 9 ). It is a ( 10 ) job warning people, though, if they do not believe you. I felt frisky and ( 11 ) as I started to bounce my beach ball. I am ( 12 ) at playing ball, but I do like to play with other people. So I was ( 13 ) that my friends would play with me. And they did! After a while, we watched the seagulls as they flew around. These ( 14 ) creatures live at the beach. It was fun watching them dive into the water to get fish to eat. I felt contented and ( 15 ) at the end of a great day at the beach. joyful thankful careful useless hopeful homeless harmful helpless fearful painless painful cloudless playful thankless skillful powerful wonderful breathless respectful thoughtful

5 16. fear + less = 17. thank + ful = 18. color + ful = 19. cheer + less + ly = 20. hope + ful + ly = The –ful and –less suffixes can be used with many words and endings to make new words. Join the words, suffixes, and endings below to make new words. Building Words joyful thankful careful useless hopeful homeless harmful helpless fearful painless painful cloudless playful thankless skillful powerful wonderful breathless respectful thoughtful

6 1-6. Use the letters in the beach umbrella to write six Core Cords. Search and Find joyful thankful careful useless hopeful homeless harmful helpless fearful painless painful cloudless playful thankless skillful powerful wonderful breathless respectful thoughtful

7 Write a Core Word for each clue Two words in which the long a sound is spelled ai Two words that begin with the same sound as thick and theme 11. It has the lp consonant blend 12. It has an /ou/ sound spelled ou Two words that spell the long o sound o-e Use the Clues joyful thankful careful useless hopeful homeless harmful helpless fearful painless painful cloudless playful thankless skillful powerful wonderful breathless respectful thoughtful

8 Not all forms of a word are listed as entries in a dictionary. Sometimes you have to look up the base word of words with suffixes. To find joyfully you would have to look up joyful. Write the entry word you would look up in a dictionary to find information on the words below. 15. carefully 18. playable 16. skillfulness 19. homeless 17. panicky Use the Dictionary joyful thankful careful useless hopeful homeless harmful helpless fearful painless painful cloudless playful thankless skillful powerful wonderful breathless respectful thoughtful

9 Do you like going to the beach? Write a list of rules that should be followed when spending a day at the seashore. Use at least four Core Words from this lesson. joyful thankful careful useless hopeful homeless harmful helpless fearful painless painful cloudless playful thankless skillful powerful wonderful breathless respectful thoughtful

10 joyful thankful careful useless hopeful homeless harmful helpless fearful painless painful cloudless playful thankless skillful powerful wonderful breathless respectful thoughtful Here is one student’s list of rules. Find four misspelled words and write them correctly.


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