If you are teaching about antonyms in your homeschool, this easy reader antonym book is the perfect activity.
Easy reader books are very useful resources for emerging readers.
These books can cover a variety of language arts concepts. You can find books about long and short vowels, digraphs, and parts of speech.
This easy reader book explores antonyms through a familiar children’s story. This is a great time to read Goldilocks and the Three Bears with your child.
To get started, print your book out and laminate it if you wish. The pages print in black ink, so your child can color them first before laminating.
Bind your pages together with staples or with a hole punch and string.
Read through the story with your child, paying special attention to antonyms. You will want to explain that “antonym” just means “opposite.”
As you read each page, see if your child can identify the antonyms. Have them use a dry erase marker to select each word and its antonym.
Your child can use their book for independent reading practice, too!
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