Word Ladders First Grade

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Word Ladders
Third Grade
Misspell-Mispronounce
Unit 3 Week 2
Created by Mrs. Yahner
On the bottom rung of your
ladder spell…
mispell
Keep the prefix mis- and add a
baseword to make a word that
means to take you in the wrong
direction.
misspell
You should have spelled…
mislead
Keep the ea in mislead to make a
word that means to make vanish.
mislead
You should have spelled…
disappear
Use the black letters in disappear
to make a word that means not
truthful
disappear
You should have spelled…
dishonest
Add letters before and after to make
the word that means a “boo-boo”.
dishonest
You should have spelled…
mistake
Use the same vowels in the base
word to make a word that means
the same as substitute.
mistake
You should have spelled…
replace
Use the same prefix to make a
word that means to remember.
replace
You should have spelled…
recall
Change the base word in recall to
make a new word that is often
associated with garbage.
You should have spelled…
Change the base word in
recycle to make a word that
means to get another one of.
recycle
You should have spelled…
replace
Use the same prefix in replace to
make a new word that means to
respond.
replace
You should have spelled…
react
Scramble the black letters and
add some more to make a
word that means the same as
not thinking the same way
react
You should have spelled…
disagree
Use the black letters, keeping the
prefix the same, to make a word
that means to lose confidence.
disagree
You should have spelled…
discourage
Use the black letters in discourage
and add a base word to make a
word that means not to care for.
discourage
You should have spelled…
dislike
Keep the black letters and add
more to make the word that means
to take boxes off
dislike
You should have spelled…
unload
Keep the same prefix and add a
base word to make the new word
that means to spread out.
unload
You should have spelled…
unroll
Keep the same prefix and
make a word that means sad.
unroll
You should have made:
unhappy
Keep the same prefix and add
a base word to make the word
that means not lucky
unhappy
You should have made
unfortunate
Keep the same prefix, but
change the base word to make
a word that means not comfy.
unfortunate
You should have made:
uncomfortable
Keep the same prefix and
change the base word to make
the word that means having no
knowledge of.
uncomfortable
You should have made
unknown
If a word is unknown, make the
word that will probably happen
when one tries to read that
word. Keep the black letters,
add some more.
unknown
You should have made:
mispronounce
You just went from misspell to
mispronounce!
Way to go!
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