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Free printable 'Shades of Meaning' Shades Synonyms for common words. Help children understand how some words are more powerful (deeper coloured) and expand their vocabulary. Also includes blank shade cards so children could find their own synonyms for different words.

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Shades of Meaning

$ AWESOME! This packet includes: - 14 Verb Shades of Meaning Cards - 14 Adjective Shades of Meaning Cards - Two Shades of Meaning Verb Activities - Two Shades of Meaning Verb & Adjective Activities. This packet covers the following Common Core LANGUAGE standards: CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.K.5.D CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.1.5.D CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.2.5.B

Shades of Meaning Freebie from Sparkling in Second on - (3 pages) - A fun and engaging, cut/paste/sort for shades of meaning. It will help the students visually see the way to level similar words by intensity!

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Shades of Meaning Cut and Pastes

These Common Core aligned cut and paste activities are a great way for 2nd graders to practice shades of meaning! I used this as an assessment too too.