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Semantic gradients are a way to broaden and deepen students' understanding of related words. Students consider a continuum of words by order of degree. Semantic gradients often begin with antonyms, or opposites, at each end of the continuum. This strategy helps students distinguish between shades of meaning. By enhancing their vocabulary, students can be more precise and imaginative in their writing.

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Antonym and Synonym Centers and Games - Winter Theme

This 79 page download will be a wonderful addition to any study on Antonyms and Synonyms! In it, you'll find materials for centers, manipulative bulletin boards and 2 games: Go Fish and Concentration. Antonyms contained within the unit:all/none, big/little, day/night, fake/real, best/worst, give/take, in/out, stop/go, fast/slow, wet/dry, up/down, near/far, loud/quiet, good/bad, hot/cold, give/take, pull/push, young/old, cloudy/sunny, add/subtract, answer/question, begin/end, create/destroy…


For this lesson Harmony CaPleur showcases the song "You Are My Sunshine" as she discusses the important of practice space, breathing, and playing slow.

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