If you need a first grade synonyms and antonyms worksheet, these options should work whether you’re in a classroom or at home. Each worksheet features unique synonyms and antonyms, so they don’t duplicate each other. Use your imagination to complete them on the computer screen.
First Grade Synonyms and Antonyms Worksheet
Choose the Synonym and Antonym Worksheet
Beginners can use this worksheet where they’re asked to choose a synonym or antonym from a list of words.
Synonym and Antonym Words
Can you think of other synonym examples for each set of words?
Antonym Practice Questions
Think of an antonym for the underlined word in each sentence. For an extra challenge, see how many antonyms you can come up with for each sentence.
It is time to begin our lesson.
My food is very hot.
Would you please close the door.
Do not start running yet.
That is a good dog.
This test is easy.
My glass is empty.
Is that a frown on your face?
You have to go up the stairs.
I am late for the meeting.
Tips for Using the Worksheet
This worksheet features two sections, one for synonyms and one for antonyms.
Use each section of the worksheet to teach a group lesson by completing them together and explaining the answers as you go.
Take the worksheet a step further and ask kids to write an antonym for each word in the synonym section and a synonym for each word in the antonym section.
Use the worksheet as a test.
Synonym and Antonym Fill-in-the-Blanks Worksheet
Kids who fully understand the concepts of synonyms and antonyms can move on to a fill-in-the blanks worksheet. Students will need to find synonyms and antonyms on their own in parts of this worksheet.
Synonym and Antonym Words
Can you think of additional antonyms for each set of words?
Synonym Practice Questions
Think of a synonym for the underlined word in each sentence.
You are a kind person. __________
Please bring me that pail. _________
This room is very messy. __________
Please shut the window. __________
He is as fast as lightning. __________
Your desk is very tidy. __________
If you are sleepy, then go to bed.
I need a paper sack for groceries.
Are you happy you came?
She needs to speak with you.
Tips for Using This Worksheet
Practice both synonyms and antonyms with these examples.
Ask students to rewrite the synonym sentences using an antonym for the underlined word.
Have students rewrite the antonym sections using synonyms for the antonym pairs they identified.
Instead of writing synonyms and antonyms, ask kids to draw a picture that incorporates the synonyms and antonyms.
Expand Your Vocabulary
Learning about synonyms and antonyms helps first graders easily expand their vocabulary. This important part of 1st grade grammar lessons helps you teach new vocabulary words or explain how to find the opposite of words. When you finish all the worksheets, check out more examples of antonyms, synonyms, and homonyms for kids.