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Antonyms, Synonyms & Homonyms by Kim…

Antonyms, Synonyms & Homonyms

by Kim Rayevsky

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This book is excellent, I loved all the examples that was shared throughout the book. The definitions were explained before the examples therefore the examples made sense. I would recommend this book to many teachers that what their students to compare and contrast these three. Great illustration as well! Overall excellent book! ( )
  Ash13276 | Oct 28, 2016 |
This book would be excellent for teaching synonyms, antonyms, and homonyms. It has pictures with clues and hints to preceding pages the children would love to work with.

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An unusual aircraft zooms in for a landing, and out pops a mischievous alien whose hilarious antics are perfect for explaining the difference between antonyms, synonyms, and homonyms. Ready for just about any experience, the visitor preens along with a cat to show clean and then wallows with a pig to demonstrate clean's antonym, dirty. The alien doesn't seem to mind getting drenched, soaked, or any other synonyms of wet. He does get confused between the plane he flew in and plain he flow over! Through witty illustrations and a clear and concise text, this trio of language arts concepts will stick with young readers.

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With pictures shows examples of synonyms, antonyms, and homonyms.

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