Grammar Tales: Stop and Go, Yes and No - What Is an Antonym?
Let's learn about antonyms by reading a fun book called "Stop and Go, Yes and No: What is an Antonym?" by Brian P. Cleary. We will also play an interactive antonym game and make a cool ANT-onym craft.
US Grade 1 - 2
In this lesson, learners will have fun listening to a story called "Stop and Go, Yes and No: What Is an Antonym?" The story uses rhyme to showcase a variety of antonyms and funny characters. After the story, we will play an interactive antonym game, where the students get to control the screen with their computer mouse or touch pad. Then we will make an ANT-onym craft. The students will need to think of an antonym pair to write on the two body parts of their ant picture. The students can...
Students will improve their understanding of antonyms. They will also be able to listen to a story and be able to share antonyms from the story. Finally, students will be able to write or draw antonyms on a craft.
1 file available upon enrollmentStudents will need a pencil and crayons or markers. Scissors are optional.
Parental guidance is needed if the students use scissors to cut out their ANT-onym ants.
We will be reading the book "Stop and Go, Yes and No: What Is an Antonym?" by Brian P. Cleary.
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Hi! I'm Teacher Shannon! I have taught 2nd grade for 24 years. I've taught both Gifted and Regular Education. I was a substitute teacher for 2 years working with Early Childhood students as well as older elementary students. My passion is...
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