Prefix Pets

A prefix is a word part that is added to the beginning of a base word to change the meaning of that word.

Some examples of prefixes are: dislike, disapprove, disappear, reapply, rebuild, misunderstand, misbehave, unhelpful, unhealthy, unmotivated, preheat, preschool. Can you think of any more?

Check out our Prefix Pets below! Our challenge was to describe a pet (fictional or real) using as many prefixes as possible.

Can you make a list of prefixes?
Can you describe a ‘Prefix Pet’?

2 thoughts on “Prefix Pets

  1. Hi 4/5p and world its Brian and George here,

    These are all of the prefixes we know 🙂 :
    – overgrown
    – overweight
    – uncool
    – dislike
    – unpack
    – remade
    – bicycle

    This is a prefix pet
    Our overgrown, unhappy pet is unbelievable.

    Have you made a prefix pet before?

    Bye for now the cool kids Brian and George

  2. Hi 4/5P,
    My prefix list is below:
    un-
    dis-
    re-
    im-
    in-
    pro-
    mis-
    non-
    bi-
    over-
    My overweight, misbehaving, unhappy, puppy rode on his bicycle.
    I made a prefix pet at school.
    Do you like making prefix pets?

    Happy Blogging 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂
    From Kaitlyn

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