Fran’s Freebies: Opposites Worksheets


This set of free printable opposites worksheets for preschool, kindergarten, or first grade includes:

  • A neat, printable list of Sixty Pairs of Opposites (words only)
  • 2 pages of Color in the Opposites:  color in the circles to match opposite pairs (words and pictures)
  • 2 pages of Opposite Sides: draw lines to match opposite pairs (words and pictures)
  • 1 page of Opposite or Not?: circle yes or no to tell if the two are opposites (words and pictures)
  • 2 pages of color the opposite: color in the fish or the pie that has the word that means the opposite of the word inside the first fish or pie in the row
  • 2 pages of Opposite Draw: draw a picture to illustrate the opposite of the word and picture given (opposite words are provided, but need not be read out loud until after the picture is drawn, if desired)
  • 2 pages of Opposites Cut & Paste: cut out the four pictures and paste them next to their opposites (again, opposite words are provided)

All but 3 of the pages are in full color, but may be printed in black and white if preferred.  Color in the Opposites pages, when printed in black and white, can still be used if a letter or number is used instead of a color – parents and teachers are encouraged to be creative with this!


If you have used these Fran’s Freebies Opposites Worksheets for preschool, kindergarten, or first grade – or for ESL or special-needs students – please leave a little feedback below – thanks!


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3 Responses to Fran’s Freebies: Opposites Worksheets

  1. Nandini Sree says:

    Nice picture differentiation of opposites for kids to learn easily.

  2. Rachel says:

    I decided not to use them with my adult semi-literate and pre-literate ESL students because the pictures are not very realistic and (based on past experience) it might be hard for them to interpret. Thanks though! 🙂 Looks good for children!

    • Yes, they are designed for children. Most are not completely independent readers at this stage and therefore many of the pages are intended to be completed with an adult’s help. 🙂

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