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Opposite Words Jigsaws

Opposite Words Jigsaws


33 Jigsaw pieces showing opposites with words and pictures.


Why do you need this?

Learning opposite words help expand students' vocabulary by introducing them to antonyms. By seeing and matching words and pictures representing opposites, students gain a deeper understanding of language and develop their word recognition skills.


Jigsaw puzzles are inherently interactive and engaging. Students actively participate in the learning process as they match the pieces together to form pairs of opposites. This hands-on approach promotes active engagement and enhances comprehension.


These could be used as a one off activity or for continual and regular use I would suggest cutting them out and laminating them to make them more durable.


How and when might you use this?

This activity can be used in a variety of ways:

· Introduction to opposites

· Vocabulary building

· Interactive learning centers

· Reinforcement of previous learning

· Assessment

· Literacy games and activities


What is included?

Included are 33 jigsaw puzzles showing the words: hot/cold, big/small, empty/full, tall/short, happy/sad, thick/thin, open/close, inside/outside, young/old, wet/dry, dirty/clean, fast/slow, short/long, sweet/sour, asleep/awake, day/night, boy/girl, light/dark, loud/quiet, up/down, high/low, behind/in front, heavy/light, stand/sit, laugh/cry, tidy/messy, black/white, hard/soft, sick/healthy, push/pull, fat/thin, on/off, left/right.

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