Synonymns & Antonymns Quick Starts
Taught by categories of qualities, locations, emotions, actions, and items.
The Synonyms & Antonyms Quick Starts workbook helps students to develop verbal proficiency by working with antonyms and synonyms that are adjectives, verbs, and much more. Activities include fill-in-the-blank, short answer, true/false, matching, identifying the correct synonyms and antonyms, word searches, and sentence writing practice. Each page features two to four quick starts that can be cut apart and used separately. The entire page may also be used as a whole-class or individual assignment.
This resource provides students with short activities to practice and reinforce subjects. Each perforated page contains 2-4 quick start activities. Keep students’ skills sharp by starting class with one activity or use a whole page to supplement. Often puzzle-oriented, most answers can be written on the page; some activities, however, are more in-depth and require additional pages. Students might complete sentences; proofread a paragraph; connect words and meanings; fill in the answer, or more. Complete Answer Keys included. Correlates with US and Canadian standards. Reproducible for classroom use only. 7”x 9”, 62 perforated pgs, pb. ~ Ruth.
These materials provide practice for developing individual skills necessary to writing rather than focusing on the work as a whole.