English /Grammar & Language /Synonyms & Antonyms

Synonyms are words with the same meanings (eg. easy/simple). Antonyms are words with the opposite meaning (eg. light/heavy). These antonym and synonym worksheets aim to help learners increase their vocabulary and encourage them to make more thoughtful language choices in their writing.

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Learning Antonyms

A worksheet to help introduce antonyms.

Synonyms Puzzle (2)

Match the synonyms to complete the puzzle (middle and upper years).

Synonyms Puzzle (1)

Match the synonyms to complete the puzzle (early and middle years).

Antonyms Puzzle (1)

Match the antonyms to complete the puzzle (early and middle years).

Antonyms Puzzle (2)

Match the antonyms to complete the puzzle (middle and upper years).

Antonyms Word Search

Write the antonyms for each of the given words. Find the new words in the jumble!

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