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  • words ending in -ery

    Cemetery EpitaphsName

    celerysurgery

    embroiderycemeterygrocery

    hatcherymockery

    fierygreenery

    machinerymisery

    slipperytrickery

    stationeryrobberyarcherydraperyrefinery

    Use the words from the list to complete each word group.

    1. graveyard, burial place,2. industrial, purifier,3, operation, medical procedure,4. slick, shifting,5. blazing, glowing,6. stalk, vegetable,7. theft, stealing,8. curtains, covering,9. pain, sorrow,

    10. handiwork, sewing,11. grass, plants,12. notepad, envelopes,13. bow shooting, sport,14. engines, power tools,15. insult, false appearance,16, prank, joke,

    )17. foodstuffs, store,18. incubator, brooder,

    My Own Words

    Write a synonym for each of your own words.

  • Magnify the SituationName

    Unscramble the letters to find the spelling word (verb) that goes with each

    simplifyamplifycertifyclarify

    solidifyqualifydignifynotifyverifyrectifyglorify

    beautify

    magnifyjustifyfalsify

    identifyhorrifyfortify

    clue (direct object).

    1. (piifmyls)2. (abyfieut)3. (ulyfaiq)4. (iyrfroh)5. (fyidosli)6. (ffsliay)7. (yvfrie)8. (ynifot)9. (pfliaym)

    10. (ifyustj)11. (Irofgiy)12. (cfteryi)13. (cfyrail)14. (yfftroi)15. (iafymng)16. (fnditeiy)17. (ngifydi)18. (itrecyf)

    The first one is done for you.Verb

    Direct Objectsimplify

    the problema city parkyour answeryour teacherthe liquidthe documentyour identitythe authoritiesthe soundyour actionsa herothe situationyour questionthe wallsthe cellsthe criminalthe procedurethe check

    My Chun Words Identify the part(s) of speech that describe(s) each of your words (i.e. noun,

    verb, adjective, etc.). Use a dictionary if needed.

  • words ending in -etCleaning CabinetsName

    Unscramble the groups of letters in the kitchen cabinetsto form words from the word list,

    gmenta

    tnnboe

    ttehach

    oietvl

    catejk

    theelm

    quenbat

    tracke

    caefut

    tellisk

    vetlev

    baicnet

    taselrc

    cakept

    tablenk

    treetprin

    tinge

    trosce

    My Own Words Identify the number of syllables in each of your own words. Then try tocome up with a synonym and antonym for each.Syllables

    Synonym

    Antonym

    scarlethelmetvioletskillet

    hatchetcabinet

    velvetpacketbonnetblanket

    interpretbanquetracket

    magnetfaucetjacketquiet

    corset

  • Going into Orbitwords ending in -it

    Name

    Complete the magic square by writing the number of the word from the listin the lettered square that corresponds to its definition. Two of the wordswill not be used. *

    n

    Definitions

    A. To receive property after another diesB. To serve or be useful toC. To send forth or to give offD. To seek or to ask forE. An amount earned beyond expenses; gainF To correct or revise

    G. A record of debt; to charge with a debtH. Courage; liveliness

    1. To revolve aroundJ. Asset; acknowledgment; recognitionK. Robber or outlawL. To forbid

    M. Go to see; stay as a guestN. To do; to place in confinement0. To show or to displayP To confess; to allow; to let in

    13. orbit14. limit15. spirit16, visit17. credit18. emit

    1. habit2. inherit3. prohibit4. exhibit5. edit6. bandit7. benefit8. profit9. admit

    10. commit11. debit12. solicit

    P,

    A B C D

    E F G H

    J K L

    M N 0 P

    My Own Words

    *Check your magic square by adding each row and then each column of numbers. If all the sums arethe same, you have matched correctly.

  • compounds

    Earthshaking AdventureName

    Locate each word in the wordsearch. Draw a line through each word. Wordscan be found f I - - .

    Wordsearch Puzzle11-

    throughoutlandslidehoweverskinflint

    meanwhileotherwise

    earthshakingskewbald

    earthquakefarewell

    gentlemancopyrightheadache

    mantelpiecelifeguardlifetime

    nighttimeanywhere

    4

    TUOHGUORHTLMNDJEHRFAREWELLVOE

    HPLOKNJHMLPOEBLEEDYNOTHERWISE

    EJIWDRAUGEFILPIZANEMNBEKJESEM

    MVCEBNROUSELQUELSTCOPYNEUVKKI

    EMIVTHGINCOPYRIGHTSRTEESNYIST

    FAHEADACHEAEARTHOUAKEWVERENKE

    0 P D R A W S E T F A M E A N P L I L E P L E B R E F N F

    RWSTINLEMITTHGINBACKEPRDLPLEI

    EANYWHERENEIGHBORDSKEWBALDIRL

    ELIHWNAEMNAMELTNEGHOWEVVVRNVU

    MIEDILSDNALEREMTIACEBLYROUTNF

    KILOOMNBMANTELPIECEDWHEREANYK

    GNIKAHSHTRAETHROUGLMNOPHEADED

    Your Own Words Decide whether or not your own words arecompound words. If so, write the twowords that make up your compound word(s).

  • Mussel with Muscle^bo!floPhone$

    Name

    musclemusselpausepawswaistwasteparepearplaneplaintax

    tacks

    principalprinciple

    symbol

    cymbalhangerhangar

    Write the correct homophone from the word list under the picture thatillustrates its meaning. On the other line, write the matching homophone.

    0?

    X41

    My Own Words

    Draw pictures to illustrate the meanings of your own words.

  • Present a Presenthomographs

    Name

    Fill in each blank with the correct homograph. Place an accent mark on theappropriate syllable of each homograph,

    1. They had to

    the

    forcommiting another terrible crime.

    2. A young

    will oftenagainst parents or teachers.

    3. I am

    with the

    of myresearch paper.

    4. The nasty

    used to

    himmade him feel bad.

    5. I will

    myself to this

    6. Someday, my parents will

    me to get my driver's

    7. The singer hopes to

    a hit -

    8. My mom will

    if I throw this

    9. We are expected to

    ourselves with self-controland overall good

    10. I will

    her with a lovely

    11. I

    to touch that stinky

    12. 1

    he is the guilty

    In both categories below, write the six homographs that were not used. For each homograph, placean accent mark on the appropriate syllable.

    Verbs:

    Nouns:

    My Own Words Place an accent mark on the syllable that is stressed.

  • Seeing Doubledouble consonants

    Name

    ballotquarrel

    tomorrowaccuratecommoncommit

    necessaryarrangeterriblesupportinstallaccept

    differentoccasionopposite

    reallyrecess

    surround

    Add the necessary letters to the double consonants to accurately spell thewords on the list and complete each short phrase.

    10. --mm-- name

    group 12. lover's - r._._ rr -13.

    choice

    14. --rr ---- sound

    15. -pp-_.._.--- end

    16. -cc----- count

    3. _ _ rr _ - _..,..,.,...._,_ day

    4.._ cc

    it

    5.._..,,,......,_ -- - 11 a program

    6.

    nice7. - 8. - rr - -

    neatly

    - ss .,..

    rr -

    work

    my 0" Words Separate your words into syllables and rewrite them below.

    !fr

  • words ending in -ion

    Alphabetizing ChampionName

    Determine the number of syllables of each word from the list and write it inthe correct category in alphabetical order.

    Two-Syllable Words

    Three-Syllable Words

    Four-Syllable Words

    religion

    region

    portion

    collectioncompetitioncompanion

    onionchampioncushionopinionauction

    occupationelection

    operationlocationmentiondigestionposition

    My Own Words

    List your own words in alphabetical orde

  • Arithmetician/Magicianwords ending in -clan 2)

    ancient alphabet

    funeral home

    diagnosis

    stethoscope

    shampoo

    eye chart

    formulas

    statistics

    numbers

    All of the words from the list except one identify occupations. Research that word and write a shortdescription of your findings.

    arithmeticianbeauticianclinician

    diagnosticiandietician

    electricianmagician

    mathematicianmorticianmusician

    obstetricianoptician

    Phoenicianphysicianpolitician

    statisticiantechnician

    theoretician

    Name

    2 9 O g ti 3"V

    Change each word from the list to a possessivenoun by adding an 's. Use the clues to write thecorrect possessive noun on each blank.

    theory

    cello

    rabbit

    clinic

    wires

    patient

    speech

    menu

    machine

    My Own Words

    Make any of your own words that are nouns possessive by adding 's or s'.

  • Creative Native Cwords ending in -ive

    Name

    Circle the two incorrect words in each sentence. Find replacements forthese words in the word list and write them in the blanks.

    1. The detective tried to find a motion for the repulsion murder.

    2. Susie is very expression and persuaded when she speaks.

    3. My related wore an expenses leather coat to the mall.

    4. The team used an impression defensely strategy in the game.

    5. The fugition was a nation of Canada.

    6. The impulsed child destroyed his creator artwork,

    7. Because my skin is sensory, pulling the adhesion tape hurt.

    8. Today, in math, we learned about position and negated numbers.

    9. The offensly unit used exploded weapons to defeat its foe.

    Change the meaning of your own words by adding a suffix. If youcannot add a suffix to a particular word, write DA (doesn't apply)

    1.4.

    2.

    5.

    3.

    expressivepersuasive

    motiveadhesiverepulsiveimpulsivedefensiveoffensiveexpensivepositive

    sensitivempressiveexplosivecreativerelative

    negativenative

    fugitive

    My Own Words

  • Personality PlusName

    wards ending in -ityli,

    Complete each phrase with a word from the list. Then check your answers.The words will appear in alphabetical order.1. Don't waste your

    2, l l ive i n a

    3.killed the cat.

    4. The wealthy man's

    helped thoseless fortunate.5. John has an