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Printable worksheets for teaching synonyms (words that have similar meanings) and antonyms (words that have opposite meanings).
Most of the worksheets on this page align with the Common Core Standards. To see CCSS connections, simply click the apple core icon ().
SynonymsCut & Glue Synonyms (Basic) Free
Cut the word boxes and glue each word next to its synonym. Grades 2-3.Cut & Glue Synonyms (Intermediate) Member
Cut the word boxes and glue each word next to its synonym. Grades 4 and up.Synonyms 1 Free
Part 1: Circle the two words in each list that are synonyms. Part 2: Write a synonym for each word.Synonyms 2 Member
Rewrite the story. Replace each underlined word with a synonym. Draw a picture to illustrate the story.Synonyms 3 Member
Write a synonym from the word box for the underlined word.
AntonymsCut & Glue Antonyms (Basic) Free
Cut out all twelve word boxes and paste each word next to its antonym.Cut & Glue Antonyms (Intermediate) Member
Cut apart the word boxes and paste next to the correct antonym. Grades 4 and up.Antonyms 1 Member
Write an antonym from for each underlined word in each sentence.Antonyms 2 Member
Replace each underlined word in the story with a word that has an opposite meaning.Antonyms 3 Member
Part A: Circle two antonyms in each set of words. Part B: Write an antonym for each word.Antonyms 4 Member
Matching Activity: Draw straight lines to connect the words to their antonyms.
Mixed Synonyms & AntonymsSynonyms and Antonyms Worksheet Free
Decide whether the pair of words means the same thing or have opposite meanings.Synonyms and Antonyms Member
Tell whether each pair of words on this worksheet are synonyms or antonyms.Synonyms, Antonyms, Homophones Review Member
Quiz or practice worksheet that reviews concepts of synonyms, antonyms, and homophones.Synonym & Antonym Analogies Member
Choose the correct word from the list to complete each analogy. Determine whether the word pairs are antonyms or synonyms.
See also:Contractions Worksheets
Learn about contractions and the words they stand for.Homophone Worksheets
Learn about words that sounds alike, but have different meanings and spellings.