This lesson contains 62 antonyms (31 pairs) written on dog clipart. The first page is easier words so you might not want to use them depending on your students’ levels. All you need to do it cut them out and have students match pairs. You can give them 10 or 20 words at a time so it is less overwhelming. I used 20 words (10 pairs) at a time. There is also a page with no words if you want to add your own words! These antonyms are from the book Stop and Go, Yes and No What is an Antonym? By Brian P. Clearly. You can read the book with your students and then work on this activity so they are familiar with the words. Or you can do the activity first to see what the student already knows. You don’t even need to use the book, you can just use the antonym activity! There is also a page to have students fill in the missing word to complete the sentence (words are antonyms from the book/words written on clip art). There is another page that has one of the antonyms written and students need to recall the antonym to go with the word.
Clip art is from classroomclipart.com
Page 3 – 9: Dog antonyms
Page 10: Blank dogs for you to write your own words
Page 11: Complete the sentence
Page 12: Provide an antonym to given word