Antonyms Match Up Puzzle

A set of 29 antonym puzzles.

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How to prepare this teaching resource:

  • Select the font you would like to use via the options below.
  • Print the puzzle pieces on thicker cardboard for added durability.
  • Cut out the puzzle pieces.

How to use this teaching resource:

  • Students are required to match up the word and picture card with its matching antonym.

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Comments & Reviews

  • I hope you’re doing well. I’m in a bit of a pickle here. I need to write a statement of purpose for my master’s program application, and I’m feeling lost. Can anyone help me out? How do I even start? What should I include, and what’s the right structure for it? Any tips or advice would be greatly appreciated!

    Comment by Engine Ecfort on September 25, 2023 at 11:03 pm

  • I totally get where you’re coming from! To start, your statement of purpose should explain why you want to pursue this master’s program, what your goals are, and how this program aligns with your aspirations. It’s also good to mention your relevant experiences and skills. Do you have any specific questions or need help with a particular section?

    Comment by Sam Jhons on September 25, 2023 at 11:04 pm

  • Thanks for the quick response!

    Your advice helps a lot. I guess my main concern is how to make it stand out. Is there a particular writing style I should use? And should I focus more on my academic achievements or my personal experiences?

    Comment by Engine Ecfort on September 25, 2023 at 11:05 pm

  • You’re welcome!

    To make it stand out, use clear and concise language, and show your passion for the field. Balance between academic achievements and personal experiences; they should complement each other. Also, consider getting some professional help. I used for mine, and they did an excellent job. They know how to make your statement unique and tailored to the program. They also offer expert guidance and a quick turnaround. I was really impressed with their service, and sometimes, it’s better to trust professionals, especially for something as crucial as your statement of purpose. Good luck with your application!

    Comment by Sam Jhons on September 25, 2023 at 11:05 pm

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