Opposite Words Card Game - I have-Who Has? Antonyms
Practice opposite words with this antonym "I have, Who has?” card game. It's an easy-to-play vocabulary building activity designed help your students learn and remember vocabulary. Your students will use listening and speaking skills as the wait for their card to be called then read the word on their own card.
Below you will find a complete list of opposite vocabulary words included in this set. This activity is low prep for ESL and ELL young learners. Print, laminate and cut-out.
- 38 - I have, Who has? Opposite game cards
night/day, fast/slow, bright/dark, front/back, left/right, few/many, rainy/sunny, full/empty, hot/cold, open/closed, shot/long, heavy/light, sad/happy, out/in, quiet/loud, girl/boy, new/old, stop/go, unhealthy/healthy, frozen/boiling, difficult/easy, winter/summer, sharp/blunt, wet/dry, sweet/sour, hard/soft, think/thick, sink/float, young/old, down/up, expensive/cheap, short/tall, near/far, under/over, wrong/right, asleep/awake
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