Deborah Brooks MA, CCC/SLP

Speech Language Pathologist

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Opposites that Rhyme Packet 1st-5th grade

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Opposites that Rhyme Packet 1st-5th grade

5.00

15 page packet good for 1st-5th grade 

Page 1: Fill in the blank with each word's opposite

Page 2: Write a poem using rhyming opposites 

Page 3: Complete the rhyming opposite analogies

Page 4: Opposites poem by Deborah Brooks

Page 5: Name the opposite 

Page 6: Complete the rhyming opposite analogies 

Page 7: Draw a picture to make the rhyming opposites true

Page 8: Draw a picture to make the rhyming opposites true

Page 9: Draw a picture to make the rhyming opposites true

Page 10: Nothing Gold Can Stay by Robert Frost (I give them a dot sticker point each time they read the poem and if they can recite it without looking they get 2 points and when they reach 20 points they get a prize. You can just put the sticker points on this page. Also, I draw pictures above the words to increase comprehension. For example, I will draw a leaf above the word leaf, a flower above the word flower, and a sad face next to the word grief)

Page 11: Fill in the blanks in the poem

Page 12: Nothing Gold Can Say glossary 

Page 13 & 14: Define Nothing Gold Can Stay Vocabulary and put each word in a sentence

Page 15: What does Robert Frost mean when he says "Nothing gold can stay" use 3 examples from the poem. 

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15 page packet good for 1st-5th grade 

Page 1: Fill in the blank with each word's opposite

Page 2: Write a poem using rhyming opposites 

Page 3: Complete the rhyming opposite analogies

Page 4: Opposites poem by Deborah Brooks

Page 5: Name the opposite 

Page 6: Complete the rhyming opposite analogies 

Page 7: Draw a picture to make the rhyming opposites true

Page 8: Draw a picture to make the rhyming opposites true

Page 9: Draw a picture to make the rhyming opposites true

Page 10: Nothing Gold Can Stay by Robert Frost (I give them a dot sticker point each time they read the poem and if they can recite it without looking they get 2 points and when they reach 20 points they get a prize. You can just put the sticker points on this page. Also, I draw pictures above the words to increase comprehension. For example, I will draw a leaf above the word leaf, a flower above the word flower, and a sad face next to the word grief)

Page 11: Fill in the blanks in the poem

Page 12: Nothing Gold Can Say glossary 

Page 13 & 14: Define Nothing Gold Can Stay Vocabulary and put each word in a sentence

Page 15: What does Robert Frost mean when he says "Nothing gold can stay" use 3 examples from the poem.