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Stefani Oakes

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Working with Synonyms & Antonyms

In this activity you will have the chance to show what you know about synonyms and antonyms. There are some review slides to help you if you need a few tips and reminders to help you get started. There is a ‘listen’ box on each slide so that you know what you need to do on each part of the activity. You are welcome to use the label, the caption or the mic as you complete each part of the activity. Check your work over to be sure that you have done all that you need to on each slide and when you feel ready, click on the check to add this in to your journal.

2nd Grade, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, Vocabulary, English Language Arts, Literacy
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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Please note: there are two links on the first slide that require an Epic subscription.

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