Schoolhouse rock synonyms and antonyms

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The Greatest Gymnast of All by Stuart J. Murphy

This book is fun to read and has different vocabulary words to teach students about the concept of opposites. After we read the book, we can learn the opposite song to help students understand it better. We can also create dance moves to go along with the lyrics.

The Opposite song by Gemini

If I say ”stop,” you say … “go”
If I say “fast,” you say … “slow”
If I say “yes,” you say … “no”
If I say “above.” … “below”

Opposites, opposites,
lots of things have opposites,
but lots of things don’t — like squirrels!
What’s the opposite of a squirrel?

Verse 2:
big / small
short / tall
spring / fall
none / all
— eighty seven?

Verse 3:
black / white
dark / light
left / right
loose / tight
— purple?

Verse 4:
give/ take
real / fake
make / break
asleep / awake
— garbage cans?

Verse 5:
false / true
old / new
many / few
don’t / do



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Synonym Song w/ Lyrics

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