CCSS ELA Standard: 4.L.4.b

Use common, grade-appropriate Greek and Latin affixes and roots as clues to the meaning of a word (e.g., telegraph, photograph, autograph).

Plexidemokinesis (Greek and Latin)

Part 8 of Greek and Latin Word Parts

Using the word Plexidemokinesis, students will create an invention, a creature, or a spell.

Psycholunaphase (Greek and Latin)

Part 9 of Greek and Latin Word Parts

Using the word Psycholunaphase, students will create an invention, a creature, or a spell.

Hydromagnaphone (Greek and Latin)

Part 7 of Greek and Latin Word Parts

Using the word Hydromagnaphone, students will create an invention, a creature, or a spell.

Geosynth (Greek and Latin)

Part 3 of Greek and Latin Word Parts

Using the word Geosynth, students will create an invention, a creature, or a spell.

Thermocryptograph (Greek and Latin)

Part 5 of Greek and Latin Word Parts

Using the word Thermocryptograph, students will create an invention, a creature, or a spell.

Aquamorphotron (Greek and Latin)

Part 4 of Greek and Latin Word Parts

Using the word Aquamorphotron, students will create an invention, a creature, or a spell.

Chronosonarium (Greek and Latin)

Part 6 of Greek and Latin Word Parts

Using the word Chronosonarium, students will create an invention, a creature, or a spell.

Pyrostasis (Greek and Latin)

Part 2 of Greek and Latin Word Parts

Using the word Pyrostasis, students will create an invention, a creature, or a spell.

Greekymon Studies – Round 3

Part 12 of Greek and Latin Word Parts

What might a creature named "Aquacornus Rex" be like?

Greekymon Studies – Round 2

Part 11 of Greek and Latin Word Parts

What might a creature named "Hypermnemonicus" be like?

Greekymon Studies – Round 1

Part 10 of Greek and Latin Word Parts

What might a creature named "Ursolunascope" be like?

Greek and Latin Word Part Paths

How can we go from Biology to Immobile?

Ongoing Greek and Latin Word Part Activities

Part 1 of Greek and Latin Word Parts

Rather than just memorizing word parts, students will use those word parts to create four possible products.