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Foreword Word By Word is a blackline master full of tried and tested activities which children will love. The package is designed to create an understanding of the meaning and application of words. Each page covers a different aspect of word study with explanations provided. The activities follow modern educational trends to develop the topic further. Word By Word is a series of seven books, covering each primary level. The books progress in level of difficulty, using appropriate language and activities to suit each year.

Contents The Nym Family ...................................... 1 Antonyms - 1 .......................................... 2 Antonyms - 2 ......................................... 3 Synonyms - 1 ......................................... 4 Synonyms - 2......................................... 5 Homophones ..........................................6 Homographs ......................................... 7 Plurals - 1 ............................................... 8 Plurals - 2 ............................................... 9 Contractions - 1 .................................... 10 Contractions - 2 .................................... 11 Compound Words................................ 12 Alphabetical Order - 1 ........................ 13 Alphabetical Order - 2 ....................... 14 Alphabetical Order - 3 ....................... 15

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Prefixes - 1 ............................................ 16 Prefixes - 2 ........................................... 17 Suffixes - 1 ............................................ 18 Suffixes - 2 ........................................... 19 All Mixed Up - 1 ....................................20 All Mixed Up - 2 ................................... 21 Parents and Young ............................ 22 Word Families ......................................23 Homes ................................................... 24 New Words ........................................... 25 Sounds and Movement ..................... 26 Sounds ................................................. 27 Animals................................................. 28 Sport ..................................................... 29 Colours .................................................. 30

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Antonym - a word which has an opposite meaning to another word. For example, hot and cold.

List three pairs of antonyms. 1. 2. Synonym - a word which has nearly the same meaning to another word. For example, little and small.

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Choose four of these antonyms. Put the antonym pairs into a sentence. For example, ‘The short boy climbed the tall ladder.’ 1.

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Find a synonym for each word listed below. They are hidden in the sleuth. woman

centre

start

house

small

wealthy

unhappy

unwell

angry

finish

simple

mend

skinny

large

present

afraid

quick

robber

beautiful

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Match these words to their synonym. yell

• break

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swift

• below

snap •

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Write each sentence. Change the bold words to synonyms. 1. The boat steamed out of port.

2. The castle was enormous enormous.

3. Are you afraid of the dark?

4. I like to keep my desk tidy tidy.

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Draw a circle around the synonyms. • open close shut • chair bed seat • go leave come 3. • grin laugh smile • unkind gentle mean • whisper yell shout • sleepy awake tired • leap jump climb

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Write a synonym for these to complete the crosspatch. 1. beautiful

2. simple

3. thin

4. close

5. nearly

6. ocean

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HOMOPHONES

one for Write a homoph these words.

Draw a picture to show the meaning of one word from each homophone pair. Circle the word you chose.

sea by here

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eight

right hour their

meat

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meet

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1. The wind

(blew, blue) the leaves off the tree.

2. I

(one, won) my race at the swimming carnival.

3. The country 4. It was

(road, rode) is very bumpy. (to, too) hot to play outside.

Put each homophone into a sentence to show the different meanings. 1. wear

2. where

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The pictures below show the different meanings for the homograph ‘bat’. Write a sentence for each.

Draw pictures to show the different meanings for these homographs.

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Some words change when making them plural plural. For example, tooth - teeth.

Plurals - 1

Write the plural for these. man

foot

child

woman

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Words that end in ‘ss’, ‘x’, ‘sh’, ‘ch’ and ‘o’ add an ‘es’ to make plural plural.

Write the plural of these words. 1. echo

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2. bunch

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Some words do not change at all for the plural plural. For example, deer, scissors and sheep.

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Many words that end with ‘f’ or ‘fe’ change to ‘v’ before adding ‘es’ to make plural plural. For example, half - halves.

Write the correct word in the space. 1. The

(knife, knives) was very sharp.

2. The farmer herded all the paddock.

(calf, calves) into the (leaf, leaves) fall from the trees.

3. In autumn the 4. The freshly baked delicious.

(loaf, loaves) of bread was

Write the plural of each list word and find it in the word sleuth.

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finger

life

shelf

day

tomato

monkey

bench

butterfly

key

fox

fairy

wolf

wish

cargo

kiss

sheep

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Match these words to their contraction.

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it is

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is not

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we have

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they have •

• they’ve

did not

• she’s

you have •

• you’ve

she is

• weren’t

what is

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I have

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will not

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Choose a contraction from those above to complete each sentence. 1.

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Contra ctions - 2 Write the contractions for these family groups. will – ’ll

are – ’re

would – ’d

I will

you are

I would

who will

they are

you would

we will

we are

they would

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Write a sentence using each of the following words in its contracted form. are not

where is

let us

1. 2. 3. Rewrite these contractions, putting the apostrophe in the correct place. thats

youll

didnt

wont

Ive

wouldnt

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Make nine compound words from the single words below. car

wheel

stand

rain

black

hall

book

thing

case

some

cake

board

pan

way

port

under

bow

barrow

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Make picture clues for these compound words.

Answer Circle th true or false. e compo und wor ds. 1. A bl ackberr y is a fr uit. 2. Gol dfish br eathe a ir. 3. Hon eycomb is swee t. 4. A ra inbow i s colou rful.

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Write the name of an animal that begins with each of these letters.

Draw a picture of each animal in the boxes below. Number the pictures in alphabetical order.

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Write the days of the week in alphabetical order. Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

Unjumble the anim number them in a al names and lphabet ical ord er. rabe

peesh emuos tago tabbir grite

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Put this group of words into alphabetical order. dollar line find apple jelly house very grass down money open cent print storm quick

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11.

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great glass

blew

going

bump

gate

below

Put these fruits into alphabetical order. peach, grape, apple, plum, banana, apricot

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Put these ‘s’ words in alphabetical order. swam, salt, silver, spring, smell, swim, sugar, snake, shirt, spend, small, splash, secret, skirt

a Alph betical O rd e r - 3 Find three words that begin with each letter. Write them in alphabetical order.

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Draw each season of the year in alphabetical order on the back of this page. Spring Summer Autumn Winter

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A prefix is a word part put in front of a word to change the meaning. The prefix ‘un’ means ‘not’ or ‘the reverse of’. For example, kind - unkind.

Find the ‘un’ words in the sleuth, by adding ‘un’ to the words below. Write the new word you make. safe

like stuck

Choose two ‘un’ words and write each of them in an interesting sentence on the back of this page.

even

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tidy able kind used do wrap pack zip happy

Unjumble the ‘un’ words. tunbutno nueti furain lyunuck nuqueal clonuk

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The prefix ‘re’ means ‘to do again’. For example, heat - re reheat.

Prefixes - 2

Add the prefix ‘re’ to each word below only if it makes a new word. Use a dictionary to help you. pay

paint

write

happy

do

sleep

arrange

print

wind

Choose three ‘re’ words and write each of them in an interesting sentence. 1.

2.

3.

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Answer true or false. Circle the ‘under’ words. A fish lives underground. The opposite of overarm is underarm. A bird can fly underwater. An elephant wears underwear. The pr efix ‘bi ’ means two. The pr efix ‘tr i’ means three.

binoculars

bicycle

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A suffix is a word part added to the end of a word to change the meaning. The suffix ‘less’ means ‘without’. For example, fearless - without fear.

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The words in the crossword have the suffix ‘less’. Use the clues to fill in the missing words. Across

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Without use Without care Without end Without hope Without rest

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Without fear Without help Without taste Without a home Without sense

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Choose a ‘less’ word from the crossword above to complete the sentences. 1. The gravy for the meat was 2. If you are

. an accident can happen.

3. The long drive through the country seemed 4. Many people were left damaged in the storm.

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SUFFIXES - 2

‘full of’. The suffix ‘ful’ means lpful. For example, help - he

Add ‘ful’ to these words and write the new word in the sentence. Word

Sentence of sugar in his tea.

teaspoon

The boy had a

mouth

The girl had a talk.

pain

The child’s broken arm was very

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The cook used a

of cake and could not . of flour in the cake.

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2. Is a rainbow colourful? 3. Is a flower garden beautiful? 4. Is the sun harmful to our skin? Unjumble these ‘er’ words.

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Write a homophone for these words. sail

Match these words to their synonym.

eye

sick

chilly

be

little

jog

here

cold

wind

tale

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run

small

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Add the prefix ‘un’ to these words, only if it makes sense.

load

hurt

wash

safe

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Put the se w answer, ords into alph a alive, ar row, alph betical order. abet, alt hough

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Revision - 2 Make these words plural. match

life

tomato

mouse

toe

valley

coin

story

wish

house Write these words as contractions. could not

Number these compound words in alphabetical order. broomstick

can not I will Write these contractions as words words. hasn't

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harm

bedroom

taste

fingerprint

help

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care

What did you notice about the words you made in the table?

use hope rest

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Find the family members in the sleuth.

s and You t n e r ng a P

bers Different mem e of a family ar nt given differe ample names; for ex er/ - father/ moth . baby or child

prince or princess

tigress

fawn

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The parents and young of eight animals are listed below. Unjumble the words and write them correctly. Father Mother Young 1.

bull

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goose

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duck

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Words are grouped in families if they have something in common. For example, blue, green, gold and black are all colours colours.

Circle the word that does not belong in each list and write what the other words have in common.

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THINGS IN COMMON

1. magpie, turkey, owl, crow, fish 2. water, milk, butter, cordial 3. Ben, Ellen, Chris, Daniel, James 4. lemon, desk, pencil, chalk, ruler 5. one, seven, twelve, many, five

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8. zebra, elephant, snake, leopard

Make a list of words that could fit into these word families. Insects Meats Clothes

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HOMES In the sleuth below, find the homes of the people or animals listed. 1.

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Food Use your dictionary to help write the correct answers for the food quiz. 1. Used to make food sweet. 2. A type of fish. 3. A nut which grows on an oak tree.

porridge chilli sugar oil cheese spaghetti acorn bacon currant trout

4. A small capsicum which tastes hot. 5. A type of pasta. 6. A breakfast food. 7. This food comes from a pig. 8. Used to fry food. 9. A small, black, dried grape.

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cacoo rasug

Circle the compound words about food in the word snake.

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Unjumble the sounds in column one and match them with the correct animal in column two. column 1

1.

column 2

albet

bull

2 . eqsuak

horse

3 . ollebw

lamb

4 . rora

monkey

5 . cuqak

mouse

6 . henig

lion

7 . rthcate

duck person

8 . rupr

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Match the type of movement to the correct picture.

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scurry

waddle

hop

swim

swing

tiptoe

slither

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As well as the sounds made by humans and animals, there are sounds that describe the actions of objects. For example, the bang of a door door.

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Choose a suitable word to complete the descriptions below. drum er rain kes bra wat cha leav k ins r o k e c s cloc 1. The beat of a

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5 . The splash of

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2 . The tick of a

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6 . The rattling of

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3 . The rustling of

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7 . The screechingof

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4 . The patter of

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8 . The poppingof a

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Draw a picture beneath each sound to show the object making that sound.

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Use the clues to complete the crosspatch. 1. The clink of a

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2. The toot of a 3. The slam of a 4. The chug of an

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Use your dictionary to help find the name of one animal for each letter of the alphabet. Score: 1 point for animals with 3 or 4 letters. 2 points for animals with 5 letters or more. ANIMAL

POINTS

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D

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For every letter that does not have an animal, make up an imaginary animal and draw its picture on the back of this sheet.

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Find fifteen pieces of sporting equipment in the sleuth. S

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Guess the sport by the shape of each word. football, hockey, swimming, cricket, netball, basketball

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The answers to the clues in the crossword are all colours. 1

ACROSS 1. Rain clouds are... 2. The colour of the sky. 5. The colour of a plum.

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6. A type of fruit.

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8. The opposite of white. 9. The colour of snow. 6

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1. Grass is this colour.

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4. The colour of the sun. 5. A pale, red colour. 7. The colour of blood.

Unjumble the words to find the correct way to colour in the rainbow. edr georan

lolyew reneg

uble

goidni tovile

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