Expand the literary skills of your students by downloading Easy Teacher Synonyms and Antonyms worksheets.

Variety is the spice of life and it also adds spice to written words. Instead of using the same word to describe the same subject, you want your students to include synonyms of the original word. Easy Teacher Synonyms and Antonyms worksheets expand vocabularies to create compelling prose. One lesson asks students to determine whether two words are synonyms or antonyms, while another lesson requires your kids to use synonyms to explain the same concepts. Each worksheet comes with an answer key to help monitor student progress.

Leave the English textbooks inside student desks and go online to work with this series of highly interactive lessons and worksheets. These are really nice because they cover both subjects at the same time. You often don't find that available which is exactly why we created this section of our site.

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Printable Antonym and Synonym Review Worksheets

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You Name It

Read each word pair. Write whether the words are synonyms or antonyms.

Where Do They Fall?

Read each set of words. Are they synonyms or antonyms? Circle the correct answer.

Write the Underlined

Write a word matching or opposite to each underlined word.

Same, Different, or Not Related?

Read each set of words below. Identify whether they are synonyms or antonyms. Write that affect on the line.

Think It Up

These are not as easy as you think. If the words are synonyms, can you think of a third synonym for that pair?

Thinking BIG!

Each of the words below is either a synonym or an antonym for the word "big." Decide which, and write each word in the correct box.

S or A?

Read each set of words below. Are they synonyms (S) or antonyms (A)? Write S or A in the box.

Synonyms for "Trip"

Start at the ENTER sign. Color the blocks as you move. You can move up, down, or across (not diagonal), but only on spaces that contain synonyms for the word "trip." Finish when you reach the EXIT.

Picking on the Sames

Underline the words that are same for the first word.

Come on, Get HAPPY!

The words below are all either synonyms or antonyms for the word "happy." Circle the synonyms. Cross out the antonyms.

Where are They the Same?

Circle each pair of words that have the same meaning.

Talking about Kindness

Each of the words below is either a synonym or an antonym for the word "kind." Decide which, and write each word in the correct box.

What Does That Mean?

What is the relation between the word pairs? Sort the words below according to their relationship with the word "stop."