This instructional cartoon from SRA FLEX Literacy provides an entertaining and informative introduction to antonyms - a key reading and English language arts concept of the Common Core State Standards. FLEX Literacy provides engaging animations for every key CCSS language arts objective.
Visit http://www.flexliteracy.com/ to sample the program and learn more!
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