If you aren’t tall, then what are you? Your youngster will practice finding the antonym of adjectives in this worksheet.
Synonym Worksheets and Antonym Worksheets
Synonyms are words that mean about the same thing; antonyms are words that mean the opposite of each other. They are important for building vocabulary and enhancing reading comprehension. The free worksheets below may be accessed for viewing or downloading by clicking on the title. All printable activities are free to duplicate for home or classroom use.
Your student will write the antonym for the adjective.
Time to find the verb with the opposite meaning!
Practice writing synonyms and antonyms with this Christmas Words Activity. Students will be asked to read a list of holiday themed words and write a synonym and antonym for each given word. For example, write a synonym and antonym for “dashing”.
Your youngster can take this story from blah to intriguing!
Here’s a worksheet to practice those beastly antonyms!
Since opposites attract, you’ll find this worksheet on antonyms very attractive!
A diamante poem takes its name from the shape it makes: a diamond. Diamante poems were introduced in 1969 by Iris Tiedt. Students write a synonym diamante poem in the space provided.
This muddled story needs an antidote of antonyms!
Your youngster will identify the correct antonym in this worksheet.
Your student will be a synonym detective in this worksheet!
Your student will work in familiar territory in this antonym worksheet!
Step right up to the big top in this synonym worksheet!
Here’s a worksheet for your student to practice finding synonyms.
Synonym or antonym — that is the question in this worksheet!
In this worksheet, if you understand the antonym, you understand the word!