This is an image from this resource on the Internet4Classrooms' "Third Grade Language Skill Builders - Synonyms" resource page: Concentration Style Synonym Matching. Concentration style game; click on two cards to see if they match with their synonym. If the two match, the two cards will disappear and reveal part of the hidden picture. Keep looking for the matches until all of the cards disappear. Program requires Shockwave.
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Following a key, students match a word's function with its representative color. They then color squares to reveal a mystery picture. The Language Arts skills practiced with these pictures are recognizing parts of speech (nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, pronouns, interjections), degrees of adjectives, tenses of verbs (simple, progressive, perfect), and synonyms for common words. Print for individual students or project on a whiteboard for whole group instruction/participation.
"Love, aham, Atma, I - these are all synonyms of the same entity. Every person commonly uses the word 'I'. It means he is revealing his true identity of being the Atma. Sarvam khalvidam Brahma (This entire creation is Divinity). Whatever you hear, see, or experience is all Brahma alone. Brahma is yet another synonym for 'I'." - Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba
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Synonym MATCH is an interactive, educational, fun match game for school age children, adults and lifelong learners. The object of the game is to reveal pairs of Synonyms by turning over the cards. Synonyms are words with similar meanings. 10MB
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Mothers Day Mystery Picture Synonyms from The Teachers Desk 6 on TeachersNotebook.com (3 pages) - Following a key, students match a word to its synonym by coloring squares to reveal a mystery picture. The synonyms practiced in this picture are for common words: said, walk, big, nice, eat. This activity aligns with Common Core Standard ELA L.5, among o