These printable prefix flash cards help distinguish the difference between words that start with mono vs. poly.
There are 20 flash cards in this set (4 pages to print.)
1. Print out the cards.
2. Cut along the dashed lines.
3. Fold along the solid lines.
Sample flash cards in this set:
|monochrome||having one color; a painting, design, photo or outfit that's only one color or shades of one color|
|monocle||an eyeglass for one eye|
|monolingual||speaking or writing only one language|
|monolith||something made of one single large block of stone; one single stone monument|
|monologue||a long speech given by one person|
|monophobia||an abnormal fear of being the only one there; fear of being alone|
|monopoly||control of a product or service by one company|
|monorail||a track for subway or train cars that only has one rail|
|monosyllabic||having only one syllable|
|monotone||a speech in which every word has one tone of voice|
|polychromatic||having many different colors|
|polyclinic||a hospital that treat many different kinds of diseases|
|polydactyl||having many fingers or toes (more than normal number)|
|polyglot||a person who knows how to speak, read, or write many languages|
|polygon||a closed (2D) plane figure with many straight lines that connect|
|polygraph||a machine that writes down many different changes in the body while the person answers questions; lie detector test|
|polyhedron||a solid (3D) figure with many sides, such as a pyramid|
|polymorphous||having or assuming many different forms|
|polysyllabic||having many syllables|
|polytheism||the belief in many different gods|