Welcome to Day 4 of the Special Feature: Making Choices Activity Set. Today I am sharing a choice board that focuses on identifying antonyms. I haven’t used this highlighted choice board yet. This is another one that I plan on using in the next few weeks. These choice boards are perfect for the end of the school year because I mentioned in my last post, it gives my students what they need to work independently on a meaningful task. It is the fuel necessary to help my class run on autopilot- which for me is very necessary at the end of the school year. Click here to check out my Making Choices Activity Sets in my Teachers Pay Teachers store.
In this choice board set there are a total of 9 worksheets. I have 5 activities that provide students with a few different ways to practice identifying antonyms. Four of the activities have two worksheets. These additional worksheets can be used as an informal assessment and/or additional practice activities.
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