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Antonym Puzzles

These free antonym puzzles can be used to help your students working on understanding antonyms.

These free antonym puzzles can be used to help your students working on understanding antonyms.

This is another free resource for teachers from The Curriculum Corner.

Use these free antonym puzzles as you work to help your students understand antonyms. 

This set is newly expanded. It now contains three puzzle styles.

Two styles are available with a white or color background in order to help you conserve color ink.

If you are looking for creative ways for your students to review skills with parents, send a set of these home! Instead of a child sitting along completing a worksheet, they can sit with an adult or older sibling and interact with others while they learn.

These free antonym puzzles can be used to help your students working on understanding antonyms.

Creating Your Antonym Puzzles

  1. Begin by printing on card stock – we like to use a heavier card stock to make the puzzles a little sturdier.
  2. Laminate to ensure durability.
  3. You might color code the backs with marker dots for easy self-checking.
  4. Cut and place in a container. 

Using these antonym puzzles

You will find two versions that contain words only. A third version contains pictures. This will make providing different forms of practice for your students easier.

If your students use interactive notebooks, these puzzles might be a fun addition to these. Instead of printing on card stock, print on regular paper. Cut apart the puzzles. Students can then glue the puzzles into their notebooks.

You can download these free puzzles here:

Word Puzzles

Looking for other resources to help you practice antonyms in the classroom? Try these freebies:

As always, this is a free resource for teachers and families. You are welcome to print and share with your students. You may not sell or modify and sell these resources.

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Thank you to Marcelle’s KG Zone for the clip art:

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