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Antonym Ant Puzzles, 2nd Edition
Warm Hearts Publishing
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Antonym Ant Puzzles provide a fun, hands-on way for children to learn about antonyms. Includes 2 sets of 12 full-color puzzles.
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Educational puzzles are a fun way for children to practice academic skills. They offer a hands-on, self-checking approach to learning that also reinforces memory and problem solving skills.

Antonym Ant Puzzles is a printable pack that offers your children an enjoyable way to practice their reading and vocabulary skills. It includes 2 sets of 12 full-color puzzles each created from cute ant characters. With these sets your children will match a total of 24 different antonym pairs at two different difficulty levels. Each puzzle set also includes:

  • A colorful label

  • A set of directions for the child

  • An answer key for self-checking

Each set is designed to fit in a standard 4 1/8” x 9 1/2” envelope. Also included in this puzzle pack are an introduction with instructions for assembly and a bonus antonym poster to hang up on the wall or bulletin board in your homeschool or classroom. These Antonym Ant Puzzles can be used in language arts centers, on Montessori learning trays, or in a homeschool. They are beneficial for ESL, special ed., and regular ed. students.

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