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Sometimes, my students forget the difference between synonyms and antonyms, so this game is a perfect way to reinforce those skills!
This is a great game to play as a whole class! You can play it with a small group, but it’s easier whole group, in my opinion.. My students always beg to play this! Even for indoor recess.
There are 24 cards in this product. I've included an answer key for the teacher to use during the game.
It's a great review for synonyms and antonyms.
This product is targeted from 3rd-5th grade. But, it could be a great challenge for 2nd graders and a good review for 6th grade!
Print, cut, and laminate cards. Print out answer key for yourself.
1.Pass out a card randomly to each student. If you have extra cards left over, pass the rest out to your students.
2.Have students stand up in a circle in no particular order.
3.Instruct the students to look at their cards. The student that has the card that says “I have the first card” will read their whole card out to the class, then they’ll sit down (unless they have multiple cards in their hands). The person who has eh answer to the first student’s question will read their whole card next, then sit down.
4.Repeat this process until someone reads “I have the last card”. If everyone is sitting down at the end, then everyone answered correctly! If there are still students standing up, then someone answered incorrectly. Have students try to figure where they messed up, then start over.
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