My 3rd graders have mastered synonyms, but they need more exposure to antonyms. I plan on using these cards in my two lower-level Reading small groups. Students will match the antonyms (one is on the ice cream cone and one is on the hot chocolate). You could also use them as a Concentration game or in a learning center.
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Scrambled Paragraphs~ This NO PREP activity packet contains three MORE Scrambled Paragraph written at an INTERMEDIATE, level using easy sequencing clues such as “first,” “next,” and “finally.” There are nine (9) ready-to-use printables. Just copy and go! Each paragraph has eight (8) sentences that can only be put together one way. Students quickly learn to use transitions and inferential clues to assemble these organized, logical paragraphs.