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Identifying Opposites

ages 3-6


Supplies

The Foot Book by Dr. Seuss.

Activity Detail

Read The Foot Book by Dr. Seuss. Have your child demonstrate the pairs of opposite words using their own feet. For example, put one foot low and one foot high. One foot forward and one foot back. One foot loud and one foot quiet. The parent can call out the first word, and the child can finish the opposite pair.

Comments

Frisco said:

I love this activity. My three year old son is just beginning to learn opposites and as he is also very active, this was perfect for him.

- Posted on Jun 29, 2007



Amy said:

What a fun way to get children involved when reading a story to them!

- Posted on Aug 9, 2007



maia_starling said:

Cute way to make The Foot Book more interactive!

- Posted on Sep 12, 2007



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