Having trouble logging in? Some users have reported difficulties following a site update. If this includes you, please email help@plazoom.com so we can get you up and running.

Making great literacy lessons easy. Why join Plazoom?

Antonyms Year 4 SPaG Worksheets

image of Antonyms Year 4 SPaG Worksheets
Subscribe today and receive…
  • Unlimited access to 1000s of resources
  • 80+ CPD guides and 60+ training videos
  • Access to THREE whole-school curriculums:
    - Real Writing
    - Real Comprehension
    - Real Grammar
  • The complete Word Whosh vocabulary building programme
  • Free subscription to Teach Reading & Writing magazine, and digital access to all back issues
  • Exclusive, member-only resource collections
  • New resources added every week

This bright, appealing PDF grammar worksheet is an excellent way to practise and revise using antonyms before Year 6.

This primary resource is divided into five sections:

  • Understand
    Rewrite sentences by changing the adjective in each one to an antonym.
  • Challenge
    Use the picture to think of 3 adjectives to describe the fish on the left. Next to each one, write an antonym to describe the shark eg friendly, fierce
  • Test
    Circle the two words which are antonyms in each example sentence, match each word to its antonym and select the correct antonym of ‘valuable’
  • Explain
    Using your own words, explain what an antonym is, using 3 examples in your explanation
  • Apply
    Use the image of a very unusual friendship to write a paragraph explaining why the two characters like each other. Make sure you include pairs of antonyms to highlight the differences between them.

This 15-minute challenge features activities that include SATs-style questions and opportunities for creative writing responses, with eye-catching images as prompts.

What is an antonym?

An antonym is a word that means the opposite of another word.

Antonym examples

  • Fast and slow
  • Big and small
  • Light and dark
  • Good and bad
  • Up and down

National Curriculum English programme of study links

Children will learn how words are related by meaning as synonyms and antonyms [for example, big, large, little].

  • Worksheets featuring five sections: understand challenge test explain and apply. Activities include SATs style questions and opportunities for creative writing responses with eye-catching images as prompts
Look inside!

Click through to see what this resource has to offer

More from this collection

Browse by Year Group