MagneTalk® Early Opposites

Magnetic Board Game

By Sharon G. Webber, M.S.

Grades PreK and Up

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SAS22
Rating:
90% of 100
$24.95

Sturdy magnetic board game with 48 illustrated tiles to help children learn opposites. 24 color-coded opposite pair tiles (1¾" x 1¾").

Sturdy magnetic board game with 48 illustrated tiles to help children learn opposites. 24 color-coded opposite pair tiles (1¾" x 1¾").

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Author(s) Sharon G. Webber, M.S.
Topic Basic Concepts, Early Skills, Evidence-Based Products, Games, Hearing and Sign Language, Magnetic Items
Brand Super Duper Publications

MagneTalk® Early Opposites

Who has eight arms and loves opposites? Opie Octopus! Give your children armloads of practice learning basic opposite concepts with this "underwater" magnetic adventure board. 1 to 4 players.

  • big/little
  • wet/dry
  • asleep/awake
  • work/play
  • in/out
  • open/closed
  • dirty/clean
  • night/day
  • before/after
  • old/new
  • empty/full
  • stop/go
  • happy/sad
  • fast/slow
  • front/back
  • lost/found
  • over/under
  • on/off
  • sit/stand
  • up/down
  • hot/cold
  • long/short
  • hard/soft
  • push/pull

Each game has:

  • Sturdy, magnetic board (14" x 18").
  • 48 vinyl, magnetic tiles (1¾" x 1¾"), color-coded (24 red, 24 blue), so that a red tile always has a blue tile that is its opposite.
  • Game ideas.
  • Easy-storage plastic tote.
Customer Reviews
  1. opposites galore
    Quality
    100%
    My students really enjoy Opie the Octopus. A couple of them choose it as their "reward" game! It targets identification of concepts and their opposite, but can be used as a platform for expressive use of these terms as well. A relatively low-cost item that you can get a lot of mileage out of in therapy.

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  2. great !
    Quality
    80%
    It is friendly to use and the kids like it. But, good to know: the "opposites" (pictures and words) of the "opposites fishng game" are the same... or almost all the same.

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The Standards listed are for reference only. Please refer to your District Standards for specific lesson planning.