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FutureStarrWords Starting With A
You probably know a lot of words that start with the letter A. And you probably know a lot of words that start with other letters as well. But what are some words that don’t start with an “a”?
Wordmaker is a website which tells you how many words you can make out of any given word in english. we have tried our best to include every possible word combination of a given word. Its a good website for those who are looking for anagrams of a particular word. Anagrams are words made using each and every letter of the word and is of the same legth as original english word. Most of the words meaning have also being provided to have a better understanding of the word. A cool tool for scrabble fans and english users, word maker is fastly becoming one of the most sought after english reference across the web.
Words can be broken down into various parts, known as morphemes. A morpheme that forms the root of a word (or word base) is the main determinant of its meaning. The meaning and form of the word base can be altered by affixing or attaching other morphemes to the start and/or the end of a word base. Morphemes that are attached to the start of the word base are known as prefixes (or preformatives). Note that the prefix pre- means before, i.e. before the word base. Morphemes that are attached to the end of the word base are known as suffixes (or afformatives). The suffix af- means after, i.e. after the word base. This search can be used to find words with a specific prefix. (Source: www.litscape.com)
Aim at A: For anyone looking to release some pent-up energy and negativity, this one’s for you! Stick around some words randomly on the floor or walls(if it is the walls you are going for, prepare for a lot of washing up!). Now give your child a sponge soaked in some paint, and ask them to look at a word. If it starts with an ‘A,’ they get to throw the sponge on the word and splash it with some color. Does it sound exciting already? Wait until you begin playing!
Write the A: This is an effortless task that can help your child with letter formations and writing. Put down some words on erasable cards. Make sure you have a blank every time the letter ‘A’ appears. Now get your child to fill the blank with the letter, using the capital form when it is at the beginning of the word and a lower case when in the middle. This helps them sort the concepts out and practice the art of writing too. Don’t be too fixated on letterforms at this stage because it may take them a while to acquire skills and neatness. (Source: www.splashlearn.com)