Soar into spring with this fun synonym kite craftivity. Students choose a word from the list of 70, or pick a kite word card. They write their word on a bow and then list up to 11 synonyms. If you want, have students make a list of antonyms on the antonym kite and glue it to the back of their synonym kite. This packet provides several activities perfect for your Daily 5 word work.
Run off on red, yellow and green construction paper; laminate and trim the 66 antonym apples to make puzzles. Use them for games too, such as Memory Match or toss them in a basket and have students choose several, to play "I Have; Who Has?" The apples provide 132 words to help build student vocabularies. A blank apple template is also included.
Be sure and check out my list of 290 antonyms + a cover so students can make their own antonym word booklets.
I've also included 80 synonym leaves with 2 blank leaf templates. Run off on green construction paper, laminate and trim. Encourage students to write in synonyms of their own.
Here is a list of common antonyms that your students will probably come across. It's a wonderful way to build vocabulary. Give students a word and have them give you an antonym of that word. You can do 1 a day and have children write it in their vocabulary notebook, or use my Student-made Antonym Dictionary.
44 pages. Common Core State Standards:L.K.2a, L.K.2b, RF.K.3d, RF.K.3c, L.1.2b, RF.1.1a, RF.K.1b This packet will definitely help increase your students' vocabulary in fun ways and is a nice activity for Daily 5 Word Work.