Analogies Grades 4-5 by Linda Beech PDF

By Linda Beech

The reproducible pages during this publication offer step by step guide in introducing and working towards other forms of analogies.

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A, 4. A, 5. A, 6. C, 7. B, 8. C 32 1. carelessness 2. bright 3. never 4. nonsense 5. complete 6. late 7. evening 8. include 33 1. C, 2. C, 3. A, 4. B, 5. A, 6. A, 7. B, 8. B 34 1. B part/whole 2. A synonyms 3. A antonyms 4. C same class 5. B synonyms 6. B antonyms 7. A part/whole 8. C antonyms 35 1. mane 2. grown 3. seen 4. two 5. whole 6. know 7. plain 8. flower 9. road 10. won 11. steal 12. hear 13. see 14. ant 15. through 16. dear 36 1. C, 2. A, 3. B, 4. C, 5. B, 6. A, 7. C, 8. B 37 1. C, 2.

Commercial : ad :: legend : _____ tale television Relationship _______________ storyteller 3. ordinary : unique :: graceful : _____ clumsy dancer 4. lily : rose :: carnival : _____ excitement daisy 5. test : experiment :: entertain : _____ fail amuse 6. laughter : tears :: terrify : _____ frighten comfort 7. glass : mirror :: mast : _____ sailboat window 8. complicated : simple :: feast : _____ meal difficult 34 Relationship _______________ Relationship _______________ unusual Relationship _______________ circus Relationship _______________ bore Relationship _______________ giggle Relationship _______________ pole Relationship _______________ famine THINK!

Cheap is the opposite of expensive, and polite is the opposite of _____. costly rude well-mannered 7. Quiet is the opposite of noisy, and calm is the opposite of _____. soft peaceful nervous 8. Open is the opposite of shut, and public is the opposite of _____. free private people 30 THINK! Read your answers to a partner. Explain why you did not choose the other words. Analogies: Grades 4-5 © Linda Ward Beech, Published by Scholastic Teaching Resources Antonyms Name Antonym Sentences The first two underlined words in each sentence name antonyms.

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