Figurative Language Memory
6 cards, each with an idiom and 3 answer choices
6 cards with those same idioms
6 cards with meanings for the idioms
Directions: Begin by introducing each idiom using the multiple choice cards. Once students have been introduced to each idiom and its meaning, play Memory with the other 12 cards. Students must match the idiom to it’s meaning.
Synonyms and Antonyms
12 synonym cards
12 antonym cards
6 cards that read “Put one back” or “Take one extra.”
Directions: Shuffle all cards. Students read each card and provide either a synonym or antonym for the bold, underlined word. The student with the most cards in the end is the winner.
6 cards for describing attributes
6 cards with category names.
Directions: Students provide items in that category
This activity contains cards for /r/, /s,z/, /l/, /th/, /sh/ and /ch/ in all positions of words and also within blends. Draw cards and say the word in isolation or in sentences. Student with the most cards in the end is the winner.
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