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Word Bag

Choose a word from the bag and see if it belongs in the family.

Solution

<cess>

princess

necessary

predecessor

inaccessible

successful

process

obsess

ancestor

recess

concessions

incessantly

excessive

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Word Bag

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Solution

<cult>

cultivate

coltish

multicultural

cultivator

cultural

difficult

culture

cultured

insult

agriculture

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Word Bag

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Solution

<port>

supportive

unsorted

portion

deportation

export

porter

party

transportation

reported

portable

import

important

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Word Bag

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Solution

<dict>

dictator

dictate

edict

verdict

prediction

indicate

contradicted

pterodactyl

dictionary

diction

predictable

conductor

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Word Bag

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Solution

<duct>

dusting

productive

abducted

inductive

deduct

productively

construct

producing

introduction

products

dictionary

conductor

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Word Bag

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Solution

<gener>

beginner

degenerated

generator

agent

generate

generic

mineral

generation

general

generalize

generated

regenerate

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Word Bag

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Solution

<gress>

transgression

transgress

digress

congressional

aggressive

regressive

progression

congress

progress

progressive

aggressively

grassy

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Word Bag

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Solution

<rupt>

corrupt

captain

abruptly

raptor

disruptive

corruptible

rupture

abrupt

interrupt

eruption

construct

bankrupt

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Word Bag

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Solution

<liber>

deliberate

liberation

caliber

library

liberating

deliver

libel

liberal

liberty

liberate

liberated

liberator

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Word Bag

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Solution

<struct>

inducted

instructor

indestructible

destructive

structure

obstruction

mistrusting

restricted

instructions

construction

structural

reconstruct

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Word Bag

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Solution

<miss>

admission

misspell

commission

transmission

missionary

omission

messy

missing

dismissal

permission

mission

intermission

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Word Bag

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Solution

<tour>

tourism

tourists

entourage

contour

detour

tower

hour

tournament

toured

touring

torn

tourist

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Word Bag

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Solution

<base>

impending

deepen

pendant

expendable

depend

amend

open

appendage

suspend

pending

dependent

independence

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Word Bag

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Solution

<sist>

resistance

sustenance

sister

inconsistency

assistant

inconsistent

assist

irresistible

persist

persistence

assistance

insisted

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Word Bag

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Solution

<tract>

attractive

distraction

extracting

protractor

contract

fractions

tracked

restricted

subtraction

tractor

distracted

traction

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Word Bag

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Solution

<base>

word

word

word

word

word

word

word

word

word

word

word

word

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DirectionsWord Bag may be used in two ways. Show the base in the middle of the box by clicking on the word "Solution." Tell students we will be drawing words from our word bag to see if they match the base in the box. Click on the icon on the word bag to reveal each word. Check students know the meaning. Then, place the word inside or outside of the "matrix." In the second version, do not reveal the base. Draw words from the word bag one by one. Stop every 3-4 words and ask students their hypothesis of the base for the family. Gradually release responsibility to the student to determine if the next word should go inside the box or not.

introductionproductsdeductconductor

<duct>

constructdictionarydustingproducing

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productiveproductively inductiveabducted

recessconcessionssuccessfulincessantlyexcessive

<cess>

obsessprincessancestor

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necessaryprocess inaccessiblepredecessor

interrupteruptionrupturedisruptive

<rupt>

constructcaptainraptor

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bankruptcorrupt corruptibleabruptabruptly

cultureculturedculturalmulticultural

<cult>

insultcoltishdifficult

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agriculturecultivate cultivator

instructionsconstructionstructurestructuralreconstruct

<struct>

mistrustinginductedrestricted

Ringers

instructorobstruction destructiveindestructible

DirectionsWord Bag may be used in two ways. Show the base in the middle of the box by clicking on the word "Solution." Tell students we will be drawing words from our word bag to see if they match the base in the box. Click on the icon on the word bag to reveal each word. Check students know the meaning. Then, place the word inside or outside of the "matrix." In the second version, do not reveal the base. Draw words from the word bag one by one. Stop every 3-4 words and ask students their hypothesis of the base for the family. Gradually release responsibility to the student to determine if the next word should go inside the box or not.

touredtouringdetourtourist

<tour>

hourtorntowertournament

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touriststourism contourentourage

dismissalpermissionmissionarymissionintermission

<miss>

messymisspellmissing

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admission omissiontransmissioncommission

subtractiontractorcontractdistractedtraction

<tract>

trackedfractionsrestricted

Ringers

distractionattractive protractorextracting

DirectionsWord Bag may be used in two ways. Show the base in the middle of the box by clicking on the word "Solution." Tell students we will be drawing words from our word bag to see if they match the base in the box. Click on the icon on the word bag to reveal each word. Check students know the meaning. Then, place the word inside or outside of the "matrix." In the second version, do not reveal the base. Draw words from the word bag one by one. Stop every 3-4 words and ask students their hypothesis of the base for the family. Gradually release responsibility to the student to determine if the next word should go inside the box or not.

suspendpendingdependdependentindependence

<pend>

opendeepenamend

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impendingappendage expendablependant

DirectionsWord Bag may be used in two ways. Show the base in the middle of the box by clicking on the word "Solution." Tell students we will be drawing words from our word bag to see if they match the base in the box. Click on the icon on the word bag to reveal each word. Check students know the meaning. Then, place the word inside or outside of the "matrix." In the second version, do not reveal the base. Draw words from the word bag one by one. Stop every 3-4 words and ask students their hypothesis of the base for the family. Gradually release responsibility to the student to determine if the next word should go inside the box or not.

libertyliberateliberatingliberated

<liber>

libeldeliverlibrarycaliber

Ringers

liberatorliberation deliberateliberal

progressprogressiveprogressionaggressiveaggressively

<gress>

grassy

Ringers

transgresstransgression regressivecongresscongressionaldigress

DirectionsWord Bag may be used in two ways. Show the base in the middle of the box by clicking on the word "Solution." Tell students we will be drawing words from our word bag to see if they match the base in the box. Click on the icon on the word bag to reveal each word. Check students know the meaning. Then, place the word inside or outside of the "matrix." In the second version, do not reveal the base. Draw words from the word bag one by one. Stop every 3-4 words and ask students their hypothesis of the base for the family. Gradually release responsibility to the student to determine if the next word should go inside the box or not.

DirectionsWord Bag may be used in two ways. Show the base in the middle of the box by clicking on the word "Solution." Tell students we will be drawing words from our word bag to see if they match the base in the box. Click on the icon on the word bag to reveal each word. Check students know the meaning. Then, place the word inside or outside of the "matrix." In the second version, do not reveal the base. Draw words from the word bag one by one. Stop every 3-4 words and ask students their hypothesis of the base for the family. Gradually release responsibility to the student to determine if the next word should go inside the box or not.

DirectionsWord Bag may be used in two ways. Show the base in the middle of the box by clicking on the word "Solution." Tell students we will be drawing words from our word bag to see if they match the base in the box. Click on the icon on the word bag to reveal each word. Check students know the meaning. Then, place the word inside or outside of the "matrix." In the second version, do not reveal the base. Draw words from the word bag one by one. Stop every 3-4 words and ask students their hypothesis of the base for the family. Gradually release responsibility to the student to determine if the next word should go inside the box or not.

DirectionsWord Bag may be used in two ways. Show the base in the middle of the box by clicking on the word "Solution." Tell students we will be drawing words from our word bag to see if they match the base in the box. Click on the icon on the word bag to reveal each word. Check students know the meaning. Then, place the word inside or outside of the "matrix." In the second version, do not reveal the base. Draw words from the word bag one by one. Stop every 3-4 words and ask students their hypothesis of the base for the family. Gradually release responsibility to the student to determine if the next word should go inside the box or not.

DirectionsWord Bag may be used in two ways. Show the base in the middle of the box by clicking on the word "Solution." Tell students we will be drawing words from our word bag to see if they match the base in the box. Click on the icon on the word bag to reveal each word. Check students know the meaning. Then, place the word inside or outside of the "matrix." In the second version, do not reveal the base. Draw words from the word bag one by one. Stop every 3-4 words and ask students their hypothesis of the base for the family. Gradually release responsibility to the student to determine if the next word should go inside the box or not.

DirectionsWord Bag may be used in two ways. Show the base in the middle of the box by clicking on the word "Solution." Tell students we will be drawing words from our word bag to see if they match the base in the box. Click on the icon on the word bag to reveal each word. Check students know the meaning. Then, place the word inside or outside of the "matrix." In the second version, do not reveal the base. Draw words from the word bag one by one. Stop every 3-4 words and ask students their hypothesis of the base for the family. Gradually release responsibility to the student to determine if the next word should go inside the box or not.

reportedportableexportimportimportant

<port>

partyunsortedportion

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supportive portertransportationdeportation

DirectionsWord Bag may be used in two ways. Show the base in the middle of the box by clicking on the word "Solution." Tell students we will be drawing words from our word bag to see if they match the base in the box. Click on the icon on the word bag to reveal each word. Check students know the meaning. Then, place the word inside or outside of the "matrix." In the second version, do not reveal the base. Draw words from the word bag one by one. Stop every 3-4 words and ask students their hypothesis of the base for the family. Gradually release responsibility to the student to determine if the next word should go inside the box or not.

DirectionsWord Bag may be used in two ways. Show the base in the middle of the box by clicking on the word "Solution." Tell students we will be drawing words from our word bag to see if they match the base in the box. Click on the icon on the word bag to reveal each word. Check students know the meaning. Then, place the word inside or outside of the "matrix." In the second version, do not reveal the base. Draw words from the word bag one by one. Stop every 3-4 words and ask students their hypothesis of the base for the family. Gradually release responsibility to the student to determine if the next word should go inside the box or not.

generalgeneralizegenerategenerated

<gener>

mineralbeginneragent

Ringers

regeneratedegenerated genericgenerationgenerator

DirectionsWord Bag may be used in two ways. Show the base in the middle of the box by clicking on the word "Solution." Tell students we will be drawing words from our word bag to see if they match the base in the box. Click on the icon on the word bag to reveal each word. Check students know the meaning. Then, place the word inside or outside of the "matrix." In the second version, do not reveal the base. Draw words from the word bag one by one. Stop every 3-4 words and ask students their hypothesis of the base for the family. Gradually release responsibility to the student to determine if the next word should go inside the box or not.

DirectionsWord Bag may be used in two ways. Show the base in the middle of the box by clicking on the word "Solution." Tell students we will be drawing words from our word bag to see if they match the base in the box. Click on the icon on the word bag to reveal each word. Check students know the meaning. Then, place the word inside or outside of the "matrix." In the second version, do not reveal the base. Draw words from the word bag one by one. Stop every 3-4 words and ask students their hypothesis of the base for the family. Gradually release responsibility to the student to determine if the next word should go inside the box or not.

DirectionsWord Bag may be used in two ways. Show the base in the middle of the box by clicking on the word "Solution." Tell students we will be drawing words from our word bag to see if they match the base in the box. Click on the icon on the word bag to reveal each word. Check students know the meaning. Then, place the word inside or outside of the "matrix." In the second version, do not reveal the base. Draw words from the word bag one by one. Stop every 3-4 words and ask students their hypothesis of the base for the family. Gradually release responsibility to the student to determine if the next word should go inside the box or not.

persistpersistenceassistassistassistance

<sist>

sustenancesister

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insistedresistance irresistibleinconsistentinconsistency

wordwordwordwordword

<base>

wordword

Ringers

wordword wordwordword

dictionarydictioncontradictpredictionpredictable

<dict>

conductorindicatepterodactyl

Ringers

dictate dictatorverdictedict

DirectionsWord Bag may be used in two ways. Show the base in the middle of the box by clicking on the word "Solution." Tell students we will be drawing words from our word bag to see if they match the base in the box. Click on the icon on the word bag to reveal each word. Check students know the meaning. Then, place the word inside or outside of the "matrix." In the second version, do not reveal the base. Draw words from the word bag one by one. Stop every 3-4 words and ask students their hypothesis of the base for the family. Gradually release responsibility to the student to determine if the next word should go inside the box or not.