Antonym Crossword Puzzle
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Antonym is another word for opposite. To complete this crossword puzzle, your child must fill in each box using the antonym of the clue word.
Start Lesson Guided Lesson: Vocabulary 1
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Vocabulary development helps second graders advance their reading and writing skills. This guided lesson uses exercises and techniques targeted to building vocabulary. Kids will be tasked with using descriptive adjectives, distinguishing between similar verbs and adjectives, and using context clues to determine the meaning of a word phrase. For more vocabulary boosters, check out the worksheets that align with this lesson.
Vocabulary development helps second graders advance their reading and writing skills.
This lesson includes printable activities: Download All (5)
Game: Word Transporter: Adjectives and Nouns
Game: Compound Word Fish
Game: Animal Adjective Game
Game: Prefix and Suffix Fish
Game: Vocabulary Quiz: Context Clues
Game: Texting: Shades of Meaning
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