This Prefix/Suffix: Trunk or Tail? lesson plan also includes:
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Use this elephant visual to give scholars a context for prefix and suffix examples. For each affix, they determine if it should be written on the tail or the trunk based on if it starts or ends a word. After listing it on the appropriate part of the elephant outline, scholars think of a word example that includes the affix, writing it on the elephant body. Do a couple of these as examples before letting kids think some up on their own. There are differentiated goals listed here.
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