Early Learning - Opposites
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A series of early learning books with simple text and colourful illustrations - ideal for toddlers and preschool children.
By HY Murdock. Illustrated by Tony Wells.
This simple, colourful book introduces young children to the idea of opposites. Illustrated in a lively, humorous style, opposites contains the words which describe relative sizes and positions, all shown through objects and scenes which will be familiar to young children.
- Encourage children to compare the sizes of their toys. Which is the biggest teddy? Which is the smallest? What is the largest marble they can find?
- Comparing family size is fun. Who is the tallest, the shortest? Who has the longest feet?
- Nursery rhymes are full of opportunities to focus on opposites: Humpty Dumpty, Jack and Jill, etc. Look out for these.