Teaching Kids Opposites

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Teach children opposites to help them understand that not everything is the same. Go to the library and borrow the children’s books about opposites, sing the opposite songs, and play the opposite games for preschoolers we have listed below. Once they have a grasp on the concept of opposites, help kids make an opposite book to share with their family and friends.

Opposite Book:thin thick

We made an Opposite Book by having the kids make opposites on construction paper and then stapling the pages together. We glued black and white paper to one page, drew a happy and sad face on another page, the sunny and cloudy on one piece of paper, and drew a thick and thin line with a crayon. Have the kids think up their own opposites.

Opposite Songs:

The Opposite Conga by Jack Hartman happy

Opposites by Gary Rosen

Opposites by Stephanie Burton


Books to Read About Opposites:

Olivia’s Opposites by Ian Falconer

The Foot Book by Dr. Seuss

Opposites by Sandra Boynton

I Say, You Say Opposites! by Ted Carpentersun


Opposite Games:

Opposites Trend Fun to Know Puzzle

Match It Opposites Game

You can purchase any of the games and books listed by clicking the links above or below:

Olivia’s Opposites

The Foot Book (The Bright and Early Books for Beginning Beginners)

I Say, You Say Opposites!

Opposites

Trend Fun to Know Puzzles, Opposites (T36004)

The Learning Journey Match It! Opposites

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