Root Word: Lesson 5

Contributor: Melissa LaRusso. Lesson ID: 10982

You've been root-ing around for words long enough; it's time to play some games! Memorizing root words will make you a better reader and writer, so watch a review video, get your cards, and have fun!

categories

Writing

subject
English / Language Arts
learning style
Kinesthetic, Visual
personality style
Beaver
Grade Level
Intermediate (3-5), Middle School (6-8)
Lesson Type
Quick Query

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Can you think of any root words that you haven't added to your flashcards in this Root Word series?

Welcome to the final lesson in our Root Word series!

So far, you have completed four Related Lessons, find in the right-hand sidebar, delving into Latin and Greek roots and their meanings. You have noticed that the language has evolved and changed over time, but many words have kept the Latin and Greek roots intact.

In this lesson, you will put the knowledge of root words to use in some fun games.! Grab a partner, friend, your parent, or teacher to help you with the activities in this lesson.

Let's get warmed up with a short video to review what we learned about root words. Pause the Greek and Latin Roots in Everyday Life video (below) to write the words on a flash card. Use the same procedure to complete each flashcard:

On the front of the card, write the root word and draw a picture that represents the meaning of the root word. On the back of the index card, write the definition and an example.

Add the root words in this video to your flash cards:

 

Now you are ready to work on memorizing the roots and their meanings with some games.

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