Greek and Latin Roots: Common Roots Cootie Catchers
Greek and Latin Roots: These Greek and Latin roots cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while learning the most common Greek and Latin roots. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included.

This activity has students identifying the meaning behind the most common Greek and Latin roots. Each term contains an example of a vocabulary term as well as its definition:

Hyper - Over / Beyond - Hyperactive
Mono - One - Monorail
Pre - Before - Prehistoric
Trans - Across - Transport
Re - Again - Reread
Sub - Under - Subordinate
Mis - Bad / Wrong - Mistake
Anti - Against - Antisocial


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♦ Reading Strategies:
Authors Purpose
Cause and Effect
Character Traits
Compare and Contrast with Pictures
Compare and Contrast
Creative and Critical Thinking
Drawing Conclusions
Fact or Opinion
Figurative Language
Fluency
Generalizations
Genre Identification
Genre Types
Idioms
Inference
Literary Devices
Main Idea
Metaphors
Nonfiction Text Features
Paraphrasing
Parts of a Book
Personification
Point of View
Predictions
Reading Comprehension
Reading Response Questions
Restating the Question
Sequencing
Setting
Similes
Story Elements
Summarizing
Text Structures
Text Structures: Informational Text Structures
Theme
Writing Prompts

♦ Vocabulary:
Analogies (Grades 3-5)
Analogies (Grades 6-8)
Analogies (Grade 9)
Antonyms
Compound Words
Context Clues
Greek and Latin Roots
Homophones
Homonyms
Multiple Meaning Words
Prefixes
Root Words
Shades of Meaning
Spelling
Suffixes
Synonyms
Tone and Mood
Transition Words

♦ Grammar:
Adjective Identification
Adjectives: Comparative and Superlative
Adverbs
Appositives
Apostrophes
Capitalization
Clauses
Commas
Conjunctions
Contractions
Mentor Sentences
Nouns: Common, Proper, and Plural
Nouns: Collective
Nouns: Common and Proper
Nouns: Irregular Plural
Nouns: Plural Nouns
Nouns: Possessive Nouns
Parts of Speech
Prepositions
Prepositional Phrases
Pronouns: Identification
Pronouns: Possessive
Pronoun Antecedent Agreement
Quotation Marks
Sentence Types
Sentences: Fragments and Run-Ons
Sentences: Simple, Compound, and Complex
Subject and Predicate: Complete and Compound
Verb Identification
Verb Tenses
Verbs: Helping
Verbs: Irregular
Verbs: Subject Verb Agreement
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Created: May 18, 2016

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