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Antonyms Activity- "ANTonym Hill"

Topic: Opposite Words
Class: 3rd Grade
Skills: Vocabulary, Grammar, and Creative Expression.

"If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough"-Albert Einstein. I believe this great quotation because as a teacher I should aware of the content and standards of my children. So I always search for the right method and activity to carry into the classroom to give the best to my children.
         Here I found this ANTONYM activity on the PINTEREST and carried into my classroom. Once I taught opposite words in a period and informed to my children, you are going to design an ANT Hill in the next class. So I instructed my children to read the opposite words well to prepare the ANT hill.
         In the next class, I supplied the ants and hill and guided them on how to prepare the ant hill. They coloured, pasted and wrote the opposite words on ants. Finally, they did very well. So right activity always explore the hidden skills of a child and helps to achi…

A fun way to teach adjectives - Language and Craft activity.

Topic: Adjectives. Class: Primary and secondary. Skills: Speaking, Writing, Grammar, and Creative Expression.                    When teachers use activities that make learning engaging and fun, students are more willing to participate and take risks. Having fun while learning also helps students retain information better because the process is enjoyable and memorable.
Here I am going to describe how I have taught "adjectives" topic to my 3rd-grade students in an activity-based. I have started my session by pasting the below flashcards on the board and asked some questions.  How is the plant?How is the coconut tree?Are they have the same height?How do the boy and man look like?Who can lift heavyweight? Why?How is the ant?How is buffalo?How is the lady?How is the boy?What is the boy doing?Is the boy doing a good or bad job? (You can add your own questions.)                        By asking the question I want to elicit some describing words like tall, short, fat, thin, big, small, o…