Compound Words Chart

When two smaller whole words combine to form a new word that denotes an entirely different meaning, we get a compound word. For instance, "sun" and "flower" are two different nouns referring to two different objects. When these two words are written together as sunflower, it refers to a different object. Let's understand this better with this appealing and printable chart that defines compound words clearly, and helps children visualize these words with an array of pictures that vividly show how compound words are formed. Isn't that a great way to engage the interest of our little ones?

This worksheet is recommended for students of grade 1 and grade 2.

CCSS: L.2.4.D

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Compound Words Chart
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