I was monkeying around with an old game this morning and gave it a fresh new look.
It's a partner game that requires my kiddos to switch back and forth between synonyms and antonyms. They can identify and create them in isolation, but once I ask them to mix it up... it's a mess. I'm hoping this will be a fun way to practice when we get back from Spring Break.
It's easy to prep and easy to play. All you need is a file folder, a dozen or so red/yellow chips (you know, the ones that are collecting dust in your math manipulative closet) and a set of pawns for each partner. Print off the game boards and recording sheets and you're ready to go!
Best of all, it's FREE! Leave me a little love if it's something you can use!