Opposites helps develop important cognitive skills such as: categorization, conceptualization, relations, generalization and abstraction. It also helps develop visual perception skills and fine motor skills. With parental assistance it can also develop language skills, for example, by naming the objects and the colors.
Opposites 1 – Is designed for children aged 2.5+. It contains the following opposites words: Up / Down, Light / Dark, Happy / Sad, Right / Left, Asleep / Awake, Hot / Cold, Day / Night, Right / Wrong, On / Off, Upright / Upside-down, On / Under, Near / Far, Locked / Unlocked, Long / Short, Stop / Go, Whole / Broken, Big / Small, Clean / Dirty, Tall / Short, Sunny / Rainy, Happy / Sad, Plus / Minus, Inside / Outside, Thick / Thin, Full / Empty, Heavy / Light, Many / A few, Bent / Straight, Up / Down, Fast / Slow.
HOW TO PLAY: Each board consists of five opposite pairs. The goal of the game is to match the opposite pairs by dragging them to the centre.