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 Match the Compound Words, Antonyms, Synonyms, or Homophones... Does your school have a die-cut machine that allows you to cut cute shapes like airplanes, cars, boats, etc.? If so, cut some like shapes out of colored cardstock. For an Antonym game, take 10 to 12 of the same shape and make a zigzag cut across the shape. On one side write "up" on the other "down". Think of 10 to 12 different antonyms you want your students to know. (I usually laminate these cards after cutting and writing the antonyms on them, so they will last for many years.)  Buy some cheap plastic food savers (the cheap disposable ones work great), mix up the cards, and put them into this container, writing on the lid, "Antonym Match, Game 1."  You may want to make additional games & you can label them 2, 3, 4, etc.  I keep these neatly stacked at the back of my room so students who finish their work early have something to do. You can add a worksheet to the game if you want to have them list the antonyms they find. If you add a few more words to each game set, two or three children can play this as a "Go Fish" game. 

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Match the Compound Words, Antonyms, Synonyms or Homophones... version 2...During the clearance sale for Easter, you can purchase plastic Easter eggs for pennies! Write half of a compound word on one half of the egg, write the other half of the word on the other half of the egg. I mix up the colors, for example I will write FIRE on a pink half an egg and PLACE on a green half. I buy the larger sized (cheaper ones like Glad) plastic throw-away containers and put the eggs into them broken in halves. Shoebox containers (plastic) also work well. The outside of the container is labeled with the type of game: Compound Words, Antonyms, or so on.

 
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THERE ARE OVER 30 LANGUAGE GAMES AVAILABLE WITH YOUR SUBSCRIPTION, MORE ON THE WAY!

Some of the Language games available with site subscription: A or An Sorting game, Adjective Match, Antonym Match, Antonym Bingo, Synonym Match, Contraction Match (2 games) Compound Word Match (two), Homophone Match (two), Homophone Picture/Word Match Memory game, Noun Sorting, Sentence or Not, Synonym Round-up....and more! New games are added often.

 

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What's My Verb Center/Game activity

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Present/Past Verb Match

 
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Antonym BINGO! 30 playing cards and 2 calling cards Free with paid subscription!   Antonym Bingo Sample

 
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Antonym Bingo, 32 cards

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Synonym Bingo, 32 cards

Sample of Antonym Match game available with paid subscription: Antonym Match Game Sample

 

 

                    

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