Prefix ‘un-’ Year 1 Worksheets KS1 SPaG Activities Pack

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This pack contains all you need to teach a Year 1 lesson on the ‘un-’ prefix, or to revise the topic with pupils.

This primary resource includes:

  • Colourful ‘un-’ prefix posters for teaching
    Featuring examples of words that use the ‘un-’ prefix to remind children how it works
  • ‘Un-’ prefix word cards sorting activity
    A printable PDF of ‘un-’ words to print on card and cut out
  • ‘Un-’ prefix worksheets
    Let children practise and apply their new grammar knowledge by adding ‘un’ to words, matching the correct picture to words, writing a sentence about an image and write sentences for the given pairs of words
  • Teacher’s notes

What is a prefix?

A prefix is a combination of letters, words or numbers that can be placed before other words to change their meaning.

Prefix examples

  • un- (unpleasant, unhappy)
  • im- (impossible, improper)
  • mis- (mislead, misplace)
  • re- (reappear, reattach)
  • pre- (prefix, prehistoric)
  • dis- (disagree, disobey)

National Curriculum English programme of study links

Pupils should be taught to add prefixes and suffixes.

  • teacher notes
  • posters
  • card sort activity
  • worksheets
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