Antonyms Matching Pictures Worksheet

Antonyms Matching Pictures Worksheet

How to teach Antonyms

Using this Antonyms Matching Pictures Worksheet, students draw lines to make five antonym matches using their colorful pictures as a support.

This worksheet serves as introduction to antonyms for your students. There is a good mix of common and uncommon opposites for your students to build their understanding of antonyms.

Students draw lines to match the antonym on the left to the best fit antonym on the right.


Other resources to use with this Antonyms Matching Pictures 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 Antonym Bingo with this BINGO board Template. Tell students to write the following words anywhere they'd like on their board (open, best, big, first, loud, old, stop, dirty, happy, in, before, true, rich, near, come, off, hot, wet, empty, top, push, long, wrong, yes).  Then, read the opposites of those words. Once you have two students who have gotten Bingo, students complete the worksheet independently or with a partner. Challenge students to write their own list of Antonyms.

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