Working on opposites (antonyms) with your kids? Here’s a two page opposites worksheet printable packet to work on identifying opposites in two different ways.
On the first page, you can match up the opposites on each side. The second page includes sentences with one word underlined and then you need to fill in the word’s opposite (from the word bank).
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