Students need a good vocabulary bank for reading and writing and synonyms are their lifesavers! In addition to it, synonyms come at hand when you forget a word you want to say and use a synonym instead.
These worksheets are a great resource for your classroom that can be implemented as soon as you open the file! It features 31 high-frequency synonyms presented through fun and meaningful activities.
– Color Poster: Synonyms
– ELA Standards
– 6 Synonyms per lesson
– 5 lessons
– 5 pages per lesson: Presentation of New Words + Spelling Practice + Meaning Practice + Consolidation
– Complete Answer Key
bad – naughty; choose – select; drop-fall; finish-end; good-pleasant; happy-joyful; hard-difficult; idea-thought; jump-bounce; kid-child; large-huge; laugh-giggle; like-enjoy; make-create; neat-tidy; gift-present; pretty-beautiful; push-shove; quiet-silent; sad-unhappy; sleepy-tired; sniff-smell; stinky-smelly; speak-say; thin-slim; tiny-small; trash-garbage; observe-look; write-record; noisy-loud.