Opposite Worksheets To Print:
Opposites Matching -
There is some full sentence action here. Complete the sentences by matching the correct pair together. Write the corresponding letter on the space that has been provided.
Fill In The Blank -
Sour might need a visual or example for students. Read each word. Determine the word's alter ego. Fill in the blank with the correct term
from the word box. Remember that antonyms serve this purpose.
Circle Them -
Each sentence has converse terms in it. Remember that
opposites are two words that have very different meanings.
Match the Opposites
- This is a visual activity for students. Draw a line to match each picture to its opposite.
Learning Opposites -
Time to start underlining. Read the sentences below. Underline the opposites in each sentence. The first one has been
done for you.
the Blanks - Complete the sentences by filling in the blank
with an antonym from the word box. I would suggest you re-read each sentence when you are done. Some may have several choices to consider.
Yes or No
- If opposites are used, write "Yes" in the space provided. If the
sentence does not contain opposites, write "No" in the blank space.
- The word antonym means converse in definition. You will be given a word and asked to think up another word that
have very different meanings.
- Match each word to its contradictory term. Draw a line to connect each inverse word. The lines will be flying all over the page.
Them - Read each word carefully. Write its opposing term in the blank
space. You will need to think these guys up now.
Word Bank -
Complete each sentence by filling in the blanks with an antonym from
the word bank.
Flip That Over! - Draw a line to match each picture to a clashing term. You will also classify words along the way.
the Opposite - A three part activity for you. Write a sentence using the antonyms provided. Remember that an antonym is the same as an
- Read the antonyms below. Write a sentence using the antonyms in
the blank space.