Root Words Graphic Organizers


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In this activity, the students highlight the root featured on each page. They should then highlight the similarities in the definitions to find what the root word means. They should write what the root word means in the final box. My students glue these into their word study journals to reference throughout the year.

The parts of words covered are:
in-/im-, com-, col-, de-, pro-, audi-/audit-, voc-/voke, spec/spect, terra, trac/tract, trans, inter, per-, auto-, tele-, -able/-ible, -ology, -arium/-ary, -er/-or, -ify, multi-, poly-, micro-, and mega-.

**These words are in the same order as the book “Building Vocabulary from Word Roots Level 4” by Teacher Created Materials**

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