Give Students a Deliciously Fun Way to Practice Synonyms and Antonyms.
This word puzzle game introduces important concepts about opposites and improves vocabulary.
- Create a Sweet Treat: The key to this synonyms and antonyms activity is to build a treat with an ice cream cone and a corresponding scoop on top.
- Two Ways to Play: There are different sets of puzzle pieces depending on whether students are working on synonyms or antonyms.
- Helpful Images: Pictures on each card help to demonstrate meaning and expand each student’s vocabulary.
- Work Solo or Together: Students can work on matching up pieces on their own or team up for group play.
Indulge your students’ curious and creative nature with the Sweet Treats! Synonyms & Antonyms Puzzle Set from Really Good Stuff®.
- Grades: 3-5
- Ice cream cones: 3" x 5¼" each, assembled
- Cupcakes: 3" x 4¾" each, assembled
- 1 instruction card: 4" by 6"
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- 24 2-piece puzzles, 48 pieces total (12 ice cream cones/12 cupcakes)
- Ice cream cones: 3" by 5¼" each, assembled
- Cupcakes: 3?" by 4¾" each, assembled
- 1 instruction card
- Size: 4" by 6"
- 1 divided storage box