Vocabulary & Grammar
Antonyms
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Units and/or Lesson Plans for use in your homes, homeschool, classroom or community centres.  
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An Antonym is a word that has a meaning opposite to that of another
word.  

Example: Old is an antonym of new or young.  

Origin: From Greek, “anti” – against.

The activities and worksheets available through this website are by no means exhaustive, and
many far more complex words can be included in the activities for older learners who have a
higher level of
vocabulary/comprehension.  Exercises are ideal for student/educator interaction
and perfect for homeschooling fun.
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Antonym Word List
Flashcard Partner Puzzles
Puzzle Match 1
Puzzle Match 2
Puzzle Match 3
Puzzle Match 4
Words/Picture Association - Print the word/picture cards onto cardstock, fold in half and laminate for
durability.  Cut out pieces and use pieces for picture/word association.
What's the right word 1?
What's the right word 2?
What's the right word 3?
Antonym Word Unscramble with Extension Exercise
Opposites Rap - Grade 1
Antonym Cloze the Gap 1
Antonym Cloze the Gap 2
Antonym Cloze the Gap 3


Interactive Crossword Puzzle 1        Printer-friendly Grid        Answer Key
Download this Crossword Puzzle and the Answer Key (PDF format)

Interactive Crossword Puzzle 2       Printer-friendly Grid     Answer Key
Download this Crossword Puzzle and the Answer Key (PDF format)
You will find flash cards, vocabulary exercises and games that can be adapted to
younger or older learners, and some blank cards to “write your own” in this 120
page book available through
Currclick Publishers.

A fun exercise for children is to walk around the classroom or home/garden (in fact
anywhere will do) and examine objects and think about what the “opposite” of
that object is.  It should be borne in mind that antonyms are not restricted to nouns
or verbs.

Creating lists and matching them to pictures is also another exercise that young
children enjoy; cutting and pasting pictures from a magazine or newspaper of
“opposites” is also an effective exercise.  These exercises are great for
educator/learner interaction and can be included in many other grammatical or
vocabulary lessons.  

Please observe adequate safety precautions when undertaking crafts, cutting,
pasting or other similar activities that require the use of scissors, heat, small or sharp
objects, paste, paint etc.
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