This collection includes a variety of lessons designed to improve student knowledge of antonyms. It uses a closed set of 30 antonyms in order to focus and track student learning. Activities are designed to be used during small group instruction or individual center work.
* Informal assessment/progress monitoring form
* Set of 30 large, colorful picture pairs
* Set of 30 small, colorful picture pairs
* 22 activity sheets (matching, writing, listening for and stating antonyms)
* 6 homework sheets
* Word list for quick reference
* Example IEP goals
Picture card sets: Students can use the smaller picture cards to play a variety of games such as Antonym Go Fish, Memory or Zap (played like Old Maid). Great to use with pockets charts!
BONUS: Do you use the term “opposite” instead of “antonym” with
your younger students? Well, included are the same great worksheets but using the word “opposite” in the directions instead of “antonym”.