Synonyms & Antonyms Word Retrieval/Vocabulary Activity Distance Learning

Synonyms & Antonyms Word Retrieval/Vocabulary Activity Distance Learning
Synonyms & Antonyms Word Retrieval/Vocabulary Activity Distance Learning
Synonyms & Antonyms Word Retrieval/Vocabulary Activity Distance Learning
Synonyms & Antonyms Word Retrieval/Vocabulary Activity Distance Learning
Synonyms & Antonyms Word Retrieval/Vocabulary Activity Distance Learning
Synonyms & Antonyms Word Retrieval/Vocabulary Activity Distance Learning
Synonyms & Antonyms Word Retrieval/Vocabulary Activity Distance Learning
Synonyms & Antonyms Word Retrieval/Vocabulary Activity Distance Learning
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Understanding word relationships, including synonyms and antonyms, is an important part of the Common Core standards for ELA and a frequent goal for students in speech therapy and special education. This unit was designed with frequently used vocabulary in mind, along with some of their common and uncommon synonyms and antonyms.

1 - Sorting Activities (2) | 1. match pairs of synonyms and pairs of synonyms/antonyms;

2. choosing whether the underlined words in two different sentences are synonyms or antonyms

2 - Choose the Right Answer Worksheets (6) | choosing the correct synonym or antonym to match or correct the sentence

3 - Give Me the Right Answer Worksheets (6) | identify whether the stated relationship is true or false

4 - Fill in the Blank (5) | complete the sentence with a synonym or an antonym

5 - Compare and Contrast (5) | compare and contrast pairs of near synonyms

6 - Find the Word, Choose the Answer Story-based Activity (1) | identify incorrectly used words within a story, then use the accompanying worksheet to choose the correct word by identifying it's antonym

7 - Sticky Note Answers | choose two vocabulary words (vocabulary cards provided), then write whether those words are a pair of synonyms or antonyms

8 - Draw Your Own | choose two vocabulary words (vocabulary cards provided), then draw an example of your words, distinguishing between whether the words are synonyms or antonyms

9 - Narrative Writing (1) | write a silly story by purposefully using antonyms for some words and coming up with synonyms for others

10 - Task Cards (18) | identify synonyms/antonyms for given words, create sentences using synonyms/antonyms for words

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Want more vocab? Check out individual units for NAMING, ASSOCIATIONS, OBJECT FUNCTION, CATEGORIES, WH QUESTIONS, COMPARING & CONTRASTING, MULTIPLE MEANING WORDS, and HOMOPHONES.

Want additional activities to target these skills? I've got you covered!

Practice following directions/comprehension with ASSOCIATIONS, CATEGORIES, and SYNONYMS & ANTONYMS.

Work on a variety of language processing skills with these TASK CARDS or with this BASKETBALL GAME.

Want to quick and informally assess vocabulary and language processing skills? Check out this quick and easy WORD RETRIEVAL MONITORING or this LANGUAGE BASELINE.

And of course, you can get all of my vocabulary activities and units in the VOCAB BUNDLE!

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Demonstrate understanding of figurative language, word relationships, and nuances in word meanings.
Distinguish among the connotations (associations) of words with similar denotations (definitions) (e.g., refined, respectful, polite, diplomatic, condescending).
Demonstrate understanding of figurative language, word relationships, and nuances in word meanings.
Demonstrate understanding of figurative language, word relationships, and nuances in word meanings.
Use the relationship between particular words (e.g., synonyms, antonyms, homographs) to better understand each of the words.
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