This BUNDLE includes a set of fun hands-on activities to help students learn and practice this skills in the Spanish Language.
: This activity can be used both as an independent and/or Center Activity. Students need to order the puzzle pieces to find the hidden picture.
Find the Match
: Students color each set of two words that are synonyms and and antonyms. There are 15 pairs of each. Use a different color for each set.
Roll and Write
: In this Independent and/or small group activity, students use the dices to find two words that are synonyms or antonyms. Take turns to throw the dice and write the word in the independent worksheet. Then, find a synonym or antonym for each word.
Cut and Paste
: Students will cut the words and glue it next to their corresponding synonym or antonym.
: This game is designed to be played in Centers or Small Groups. Students take turns to throw the dice and read the word on the space they move. Then, say a word that means the same or opposite. If she or he cannot find a synonym or antonym, they need to move back one space and the next person can try to guess the word and move one space forward if they are able to say it. The first person to reach the end of the board, wins.
Rewrite the sentences
: In this Independent activity, students have to find a synonym or antonym for the underlined word in each sentence and substitute it. Then, rewrite the sentence using the new word.
: This game is designed to be played in groups of 4 preferably. Each player takes turns passing one card that they do not want to the player to their left, usually at one player’s signal to “Switch”.
When a player has 2 cards that are a match, he/she, drops the two cards to the middle of the table. The player without any cards, wins the game. This is a fun, entertaining, hands-on approach to learn and practice synonyms.
It could also be played by having students go around the classroom to find the person with the matching card.
: This is a Centers/Small group activity. Each player gets 5 domino cards. The rest of the cards are place face down in the table. The first player place any domino card face up in the center of the table. The next player, have to find a card that has a coordinating card to add. If so, he/she places it on the table next to the other card. If not, they take a new card for the center pile. If a match is made, it can be played. If not, the turn is over and it’s the next player’s turn. The player without any domino cards, wins he game!
The sets included are:
The different activities promote Language and Vocabulary Development. They're great for visual, tactile and kinesthetic learners.
All activities can be used in Centers and Independent work or Homework.
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