Printables for This Topic:
Seeking Out Antonyms – Be
a stealth fighter and heat seek the words that mean the same and different
Beach Balls – You will need
a red and blue crayon for this one.
Antonyms Worksheet – When
you are doing this make sure that sentence reads well after you make
– Synonyms for the words listed below are hidden in the box. Circle
each synonym you find, and write it on the line next to its clue.
What Are They?
– Read each set of words below. Are they synonyms (S) or antonyms
(A)? Write S or A in the box.
Read the clues below. Write the correct synonym in the puzzle.
with Prefixes –Add a prefix that means "not" to each word to
create its antonym. Choose the correct prefix, and write the new word
on the line.
Somebody Walk the
Dog! – Improve these sentences by choosing an antonym for the
word in parentheses. Use your word to fill in the blank in the sentence.
Choose a different word for each sentence.
Use Your Tool Box!
– Adding a prefix to a word can change it to an antonym, a word
that has an opposite meaning. Add a prefix to each word below, or
change its prefix, to make an antonym.
– Read the article below. Use a dictionary or thesaurus to help
you find a synonym to use in place of each word in parentheses. Then
write each synonym in the space provided.
Egg Hunt –
If the words are antonyms, color the eggs. If the words are synonyms,
circle the eggs. Then write an antonym for the words on the line below