Word Sorts

Date:

Word Sort
ex-
non-
in-
fore-
oddball

exit
nonsence
incomplete
forecast
exclude

express
nonstop
indent
forehead
extra

extend
nonfiction
income
foreshadow
expand

exclaim
nonfat
indoor
forearm




insight
foresee




indecemt
foremost




incorrect
















Explanation of Sort:
I learned quite a few things this week. I learned that a prefix is something you add to a beginning of a word to change the meaning. Also that ex means not or beyond. Next non means not. Then Fore means before or in front of. And Finally in means not or into. That is what I learned this week.


Speed Sort


Time #1:00:28.3
Time #2: 00.18.9
Time #3: 00.25.6


Origin/Parts of Speech


Word
Origin
Part of Speech

extend
1250-1300
verb

indent
1350-1400
verb

expand
1400-50
verb

extra
1770-80
adjective

exit
1580-90
noun

foreshadow
1570-80
verb

exclude
1350-1400
verb

foremost
1000
adjective, adverb

insight
1150-1200
noun

incomplete
1350-1400
adjective

exclaim
1560-70
verb

nonfat
1965-70
adjective

indecent
1555-65
adjective

forehead
1000
noun

income
1250-1300
noun

incorrect
1400-50
adjective

indoor
1705-15
adjective

forecast
1350-1400
verb

express
1275-1325
verb

foresee
900
verb

nonstop
1900-05
adjective

forearm
1735
noun

nonfiction
1905-10
noun

nonsense
1605-15
noun





Partner Sort:

ex-
non-
in-
fore-
oddball
exclaim
nonfat
indecent
foremost
expand
express
nonstop
incomplete
forecast
extra
extend
nonsence
income
foresee
exclude
exit
nonfiction
incorrect
forehead



indent
forearm



indoor
foreshadow



insight










































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