Sunday, November 11, 2012

Snowball Antonyms


After Hurricane Sandy roared up the coast causing a path of unthinkable destruction in our area, and a short time later, a Nor'Easter blizzard blasted us with Arctic winds and dumped nine inches of snow on us, I decided to create an activity packet called "Snowball Antonyms". 

This is a hands on activity, and what's really cool is your students don't have to wear mittens or gloves to do it! All that's needed are scissors, glue sticks, the activity sheets and dictionaries if you choose to have your students use them. 

Download this free activity to help increase your students' 
vocabulary so they will become better readers and writers! 
Have wintry fun!

Ruth


photo of Snowball Antonyms, Free PDF, Teacher Park

4 comments:

  1. Pinned! Thanks so much, this is super cute. Carolyn

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    1. Thanks so much Carolyn. As you can see I'm a little behind in replying to comments. Sometimes the reply box doesn't appear on Blogger. :(
      Happy New Year!

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  2. What a clever and fun idea to practice antonyms!!

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    1. Hi LAF! Thank you so much! Kids really like hands on activities and I love creating them!
      Ruth

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