Inspired by Maurice Sendak's "Where the Wild Things Are", this 27 page literacy-center activity includes an "I have, Who has?" activity and 80 word cards that match-up to create 40 different synonym pairs. Two different recording sheets are also included: one where students must locate both words, then pair and record; the second, lists one of the words and students must find the match and record the answer. An answer key is also enclosed. Use the cards in a pocket chart, post around the room, distribute a card to each child and have them find their matching partner, or place the cards face down to play a synonym concentration game.
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I just want to tell you that I love all of your lessons and activities. I purchased Wild About Synonyms and noticed on the notebook paper where it asks to list as many synonym pairs that the two example words are: big and little. These are opposites, and I didn't notice it at first, one of my students pointed it out.
Thanks for the catch! Sorry... I will make the correction and reupload later tonight. I so appreciate you letting me know - and to thank you I would like to send you my new Antonym pack for free. Just send me your email and I will send it your way.