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Word Frog

Feed the frog with this fast-paced game that helps you review antonyms, synonyms, and homonyms.
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Feed the frog with this fast-paced game that helps you review antonyms, synonyms, and homonyms. The word frog sits in the middle of a lily pad while word labeled flies approach from all sides. Choose the correct fly and the frog will whirl to snap it up and present the next word for you to use. The game has three speeds, six levels, and is timed. After each level you can see how you did in both your accuracy and speed. At the slow speed it might be suitable for older elementary students, but as the speed increases, it might become too frustrating for them, but it will be a great challenge for middle school students.

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