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Twenty pairs of common opposites depict 10 different antonyms. Each opposite is presented in a clear, non-distracting way in two different contexts to aid in generalization skills and help children understand different situations. Opposites featured are Full/Empty, Front/Back, Together/Apart, Long/Short, Dirty/Clean, Open/Closed, Thick/Thin, In/Out, Up/Down and On/Off.
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Feb 6, 2011 | By Pat Mellohusky
So many more uses than just opposites. I've used for tacting- matching- intraverbals- etc. I would definately recommend.