This grammar activity teaches about Prefixes! Part of Ellen Weber's Grammar series and is suitable for children ages 6+
Prefixes are placed at the beginning of a word to change or modify its meaning.
In this game, Ellen targets the "Un-" Prefixes and students are asked to choose the correct picture showing the meaning of a word with the prefix "un-"
Ellen Weber is a pediatric speech pathologist who works with many types of special needs children.
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