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Synonym and Antonym Posters

Teach Starter Publishing
Google Slide, PDF | 1 page | Grades: 1 - 4

Print a pair of handy synonym and antonym anchor charts for your students to reference during writing lessons.

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We’ve got those too! Let us help you boost your students’ confidence with spoken and written English by providing solid reference materials to use in the classroom.  These printable anchor charts are the perfect addition to your classroom decor, or you can print the black-and-white versions to serve as inserts for your students’ writing journals. 

More Ideas for Learning Synonyms and Antonyms

There are so many more ways that you can help your students master synonyms and antonyms, like

  • Create a set of cards with words on them and have children match them with their corresponding antonym or synonym. This can be done in various ways, such as with flashcards or playing memory-matching games.
  • Try a word sort for extra practice. Provide children with a list of words and have them sort them into categories of antonyms or synonyms. 
  • Give children a list of words to find and have them search for antonyms or synonyms in books or around the classroom.
  • Play a word association game. Say a word and have children take turns saying either the antonym or synonym. This game can be played as a group or individually and can be done with a timer to make it more challenging.

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