A couple of months ago I was invited to submit an article for Dystinct Magazine. When I looked at the types of articles others had submitted, I knew that sharing an effective activity for teaching children to recognize morphemes in words would complement them nicely. For those who haven’t heard of Dystinct Magazine before, it is a digital magazine available on tablets and mobile devices with purchase of a subscription.
“Dystinct was launched in 2021 as a resource for the families and educators of children and young people with learning difficulties….Dystinct aims to peel back at the negative layers of damaged self-esteem and provide children with a platform to truly appreciate their uniqueness, take pride in their differences and revel in the knowledge that within their difference lies their strength.”
If you’d like to see the topics of the other articles in this month’s publication, use THIS LINK. This magazine is worth subscribing to. Each issue is filled with thought provoking articles – ideas to intrigue the educator, the tutor, the parent, and the student. In the meantime, here is the article I submitted.
If you are interested in giving this activity a try, here is a collection of bases you might want to use.