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Lisa Morenoff

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Silly Sentences with Suffixes: -ful, -less, -able, -ible

1. On page 1, decide whether the given should end with '-able' or '-ible'. Then, use the label tool to write the new word correctly. 2. On page 2, use the Syllable Sleuth practice to break each word into syllables and label each syllable type. [C = closed, O = open, VCe = Magic-e, BR = bossy-R, VT = vowel team, C-le = consonant+le.] 3. On page 3, write at least one silly sentence that uses at least words that have one of the suffixes we're studying this week. [You can use the word lists on pages 1-2 to help you.] 4. Make sure to proofread your silly sentences. Did you use a capital letter at the beginning? Did you put punctuation at the end? Did you use an apostrophe in any contractions? 5. Click the check to submit your work. Example: That clock is very breakable, so be careful when you hand it in a visible spot to enable people to get to class on time. If we can't see it, the clock is useless and pointless.

2nd Grade, English Language Arts, Writing
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