Rainbow Antonym Puzzles
My pre-kinders are learning about opposites, and I thought these whimiscal rainbow antonym puzzles would be such a fun addition to our March centers. They’re big, colorful, and self-checking. Each puzzle features a unique dotted line in the middle for you to cut along. Therefore, no two puzzles are the same and students can quickly and easily see if they matched the right antonyms. For your readers, I also included the written word for each antonym to go along with the picture clue.
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This expository writing craft that I created in collaboration with Deanna Jump is one of my favorites! It makes the perfect March bulletin board, too. Students use the rainbow template to explain how they would catch a leprechaun.
I’ve sent a Leprechaun Traps project home for years. My students and parents love it! We have so much fun with this project, and it’s the perfect way to involve your students’ families in your school’s STEM or STEAM activities.
On this blog post, I shared some fabulous March ideas including several rainbow themed freebies. These are great for St. Patrick’s Day when students are little bit out of sorts! They’ll be learning and note even realize it! 😉
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