Monday, April 13, 2015

Antonym Sort

Go beyond basic antonym recognition with this higher-order thinking antonym sort. This can be a color-coded sort, a cut-and-paste sort, or students can fill in a blank sort with the words on a separate sheet. 

*The example is color-coded as an answer key.

With this activity, students must apply their knowledge of word meanings and word relationships, as well as connotation and diction. 

Find this and other word study sorts and activities on the Stations: Word Study page!

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