Prefix Puzzle 
(visual/oral/auditory/kinesthetic)

Have each student choose six Basic Words, three with the prefix un- and three with re-. Have them write the words in large letters on a piece of heavy paper and then draw a shape around the words. Students should then draw twelve puzzle pieces so that each prefix and base word is on a separate piece. The pieces can then be cut out, mixed up, and put together. Children can pair off, exchange puzzles, and read aloud the puzzle words when they're done.
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