Here is a fun song that I use to teach my students about antonyms. It is sung to the tune of "Do You Know the Muffin Man?." After singing the song I brainstorm with the students and we see if we can come up with other antonyms. I then tell them about Antonym Feet. I show them a pair of feet and I choose a antonym pair...such as old and young. Then, I write the word old on one of the feet and draw something that is old. On the other foot I write the word young and write the word, then I draw something that young. In this zip file there are feet which are entitled Antonym Feet. I usually use a bright color, such as bright green and laminate these feet. Then, I place them in a spot on a wall where the class can see them. I then have the students create their own feet. They must have a pair of antonyms and a drawing for each before I give them their feet. I usually print up some on bright green paper, but they can trace their own on a piece of paper as well. After they have made their Antonym Feet I place them under the laminated ones so the students can see them easily and have them as a reference.
*I have also included a Smartboard Song & Feet file. I have the files in both Rich Text Format for Windows/Mac (so you can edit) and PDF. The font is included.
*If you like this form...you may also like the following:
Homophone Song & Hands - Documents and Smartboard files