Opposites Words by Picture for Kids

Opposite Words for Kids

Vocabulary list by Opposites (or Antonyms)

 

List of Opposite Adjectives

 

big, small
blunt, sharp
cheap, expensive
clean, dirty
difficult, easy
empty, full
fast, slow
fat, thin
front, back

good, bad hart, soft heavy, light here, there high, low hot, cold left, right light, dark long, short near, far

good, bad
hart, soft
heavy, light
here, there
high, low
hot, cold
left, right
light, dark
long, short
near, far

noisy, quiet old, new old-fashioned, modern open, closed right, wrong rough, smooth same, different strong, weak

noisy, quiet
old, new
old-fashioned, modern
open, closed
right, wrong
rough, smooth
same, different
strong, weak

sweet, sour top, bottom true,, false young, old

sweet, sour
top, bottom
true,, false
young, old

DESCRIBING PEOPLE AND THINGS

1-2 new - old 3-4 young - old 5-6 tall - short 7-8 long - short 9-10 large/big - small/little 11-12 fast - slow 13-14 heavy/fat - thin/skinny 15-16 heavy - light 17-18 straight - crooked 19-20 straight - curly 21-22 wide - narrow 23-24 thick-thin 25-26 dark-light 27-28 high - low 29-30 loose-tight 31-32 good - bad 33-34 hot-cold 35-36 neat - messy 37-38 clean - dirty 39-40 soft-hard 41-42 easy - difficult/hard 43-44 smooth - rough 45-46 noisy/loud - quiet 47-48 married - single
1-2 new – old
3-4 young – old
5-6 tall – short
7-8 long – short
9-10 large/big – small/little
11-12 fast – slow
13-14 heavy/fat – thin/skinny
15-16 heavy – light
17-18 straight – crooked
19-20 straight – curly
21-22 wide – narrow
23-24 thick-thin
25-26 dark-light
27-28 high – low
29-30 loose-tight
31-32 good – bad
33-34 hot-cold
35-36 neat – messy
37-38 clean – dirty
39-40 soft-hard
41-42 easy – difficult/hard
43-44 smooth – rough
45-46 noisy/loud – quiet
47-48 married – single

49-50 rich/wealthy - poor 51-52 pretty/beautiful - ugly 53-54 handsome - ugly 55-56 wet - dry 57-58 open - closed 59-60 full-empty 61-62 expensive - cheap/inexpensive 63-64 fancy-plain 65-66 shiny-dull 67-68 sharp - dull 69-70 comfortable - uncomfortable 71-72 honest - dishonest
49-50 rich/wealthy – poor
51-52 pretty/beautiful – ugly
53-54 handsome – ugly
55-56 wet – dry
57-58 open – closed
59-60 full-empty
61-62 expensive – cheap/inexpensive
63-64 fancy-plain
65-66 shiny-dull
67-68 sharp – dull
69-70 comfortable – uncomfortable
71-72 honest – dishonest

Adjective Opposites

Adjective Opposites
1. neat 2. messy 3. dry 4. wet

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5. tight 6. loose 7. heavy 8. light

Adjective Opposites
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9. open 10.closed 11.short 12. long 13. empty 14.full

Adjective Opposites
15.rough 16.smooth 17.near/close 18.far 19.light 20.dark 21.on 22.off

Adjective Opposites
23.thin 24.thick 25.narow 26.wide 27. deep 28.shallow

Adjective Opposites
29.cheap 30.expensive 31.fast 32.slow 33.hard 34.soft

Adjectives – Flashcard

 

 

 

 

 

 

AdjectivesOpposites
alivedead
beautifulugly
bigsmall[Image]
bittersweet
cheapexpensive
cleandirty
curlystraight
difficulteasy
goodbad
earlylate
fatthin
fullempty
hotcold
happysad/unhappy
hardworkinglazy
moderntraditional
newold
nicenasty
intelligentstupid
interestingboring
lightheavy
politerude/impolite
poorrich
quietnoisy
rightwrong
safedangerous
shortlong
smallbig
softhard
singlemarried
truefalse
wellill/unweel
whiteblack

Saying and Writing Days, Dates

Days, Dates

 

The days 0f the week


Monday’s child hits first base,
Tuesday’s child wins the race,
Wednesday’s child is never slow,
Thursday’s child has far to go,
Friday’s child is very good,
Saturday’s child always could,
Sunday’s child is happy and sunny,
Sing this song, it’s very funny!

THE SEVEN DAYS OF THE WEEK

weekdays:
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday

weekend:
Saturday
Sunday

a fortnight: 2 weeks
a date: June 15th
in the morning
in the afternoon
in the evening
at night

today
yesterday
tomorrow

Ordinal numbers and dates

1st    first
2nd    second
3rd    third
4.lh    fourth
5th    fifth
6th    sixth
7th    seventh
8th    eighth
gth    ninth
10th    tenth
11th    eleventh
12th    twelfth
13,h    thirteenth
14th    fourteenth
15th    fifteenth
16th    sixteenth
17th    seventeenth
18th    eighteenth
19th    nineteenth
20th    twentieth
21st    twenty-first
22nd    twenty-second
23rd    twenty-third
30th    thirtieth
31rt    thirty-first

Saying and writing dates

We can write the date like this:

10 March or 10th March or
3.10.08 or 3/10/08

We say the date like this:

What’s the date today?

It’s March the tenth.
It’s the tenth of March.

Say the year like this:

1980 nineteen eighty
1995 nineteen ninety-five
2006 two thousand and six
2020 twenty twenty

SIGNS OF THE ZODIAC

SIGNS OF THE ZODIAC

Aries (21 March-20 April)
Taurus (21 April-20 May)
Gemini(21 May-20 June)
Cancer June-20 July)
Leo (21 July-22 August)
Virgo (23 August-22 September)
Libra  (23 September-22 October)
Scorpio (23 October-21 November)
Sagittarius   (22 November-20 December)
Capricorn (21 December-20 January)
Aquarius 121 January-19 February)
Pisces (20 February-20 March)

Tell the time

Time

Year, Months, Seasons, Time | Dictionary for kids 

 

What’s the time?

What’s the time? Half  past eight. Go to school. Don’t be late!
What’s the time? Half past ten. Out to play. Come on, Ben!
What’s the time?
Half past one.
Time to eat for everyone!
What’s the time? Half past three.
Let’s go home.
Now we’re free!

  1. one o’clock
  2. five past one
  3. ten past one
  4. (a) quarter past one
  5. twenty past one
  6. twenty-five past one
  7. half past one
  8. twenty-five to two
  9. twenty to two
  10. (a) quarter to two
  11. ten to two
  12. five to two

Use minutes with to and past when the number of minutes is not five, ten, fifteen, twenty or twenty-five,
e.g. three minutes past six not past six.

day ,night
12 am,12 pm
midday,midnight
watch,clock

9 a.m.              nine o’clock in the morning
12.00 p.m.    midday
5 p.m.             five o’clock in the afternoon
7 p.m.            seven o’clock in the evening
7.57               nearly/almost eight o’clock
8.02               just after eight
11.30 p.m.   eleven thirty at night
12.00 a.m.    midnight

 

Time – Numbers, Date, Time – Photo Dictionary

 

Time - Numbers, Date, Time - Photo Dictionary

1. clock

2. hour hand

3. minute hand

4. second hand

5. face

6. (digital) watch

7. (analog) watch

Time - Numbers, Date, Time - Photo Dictionary

8. twelve o’clock (midnight)

9. twelve o’clock (noon/midday)

10. seven (o’clock)

11. seven oh five/ five after seven

12. seven ten/ ten after seven

13. seven fifteen/ (a) quarter after seven

14. seven twenty/ twenty after seven

Time - Numbers, Date, Time - Photo Dictionary

15. seven thirty

16. seven thirty-five/ twenty-five to eight

17. seven forty/ twenty to eight

18. seven forty-five/ (a) quarter to eight

19. seven fifty/ ten to eight

20. seven fifty-five/ five to eight

21. eight a.m./ eight (o’clock) in the morning

22. eight p.m./ eight (o’clock) in the evening

Fairy Tales

Fairy Tales

Sleeping Beauty

1 There was a princess long ago,
Long ago, long ago. There was a princess long ago,
Long ago.
2 And she lived in a tall white castle,
Tall white castle, tall white castle,
And she lived in a tall white castle,
Tall white castle.
3 One day a bad queen cast a spell…
4 The princess slept for a hundred years …
5 A big green forest grew around …
6 A handsome prince came riding by …
7 He cut the trees down with his sword …
8 He kissed her hand to wake her up …
9 So everybody’s happy now …

Characters

king, queen, prince, princess,
knight, pirate, fairy, genie,
mermaid, witch, wizard, vampire,
giant, monster, dragon, ghos,t alien

Place and things

castle, moat, crown, armour
shield, sword, broomstick
wand, cauldron
lamp,treasure, skeleton, spaceship