Antonyms Game Worksheet

Antonyms Game Worksheet

How to teach Antonyms

Using this Antonyms Game Worksheet, students match the puzzle pieces to make antonym pairs of opposite meanings

This worksheet is a fun way for students to build their understanding of antonyms.

Learning antonyms helps students build their vocabulary to help them comprehend when they reading and improve their writing skills. This worksheet will help them build their critical thinking skills as they think of the antonym that matches the clue given.

 

Other resources to use with this Antonyms Game Worksheet

If you are using this worksheet, your students are most likely learning about antonyms and synonyms.

Use these Synonym Worksheets as an additional resource to support your students.

Introduce this worksheet by playing "I'm Thinking of an Antonym". Write 10-12 examples of antonyms on the board (in, over, part, strong, pull, etc). Then, give clues to your students. Clues could be "I'm not thinking of the antonym for Out".  Students then erase words that match your clues. The antonym that is left at the end is should be the antonym that you are looking for.  Then, students play this game independently or with a partner. This is a perfect addition to any literacy center or early finisher activity.

Be sure to check out more Antonym Worksheets

 

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