Opposites on the farm – little N may have been a bit young for this one, but the illustrations were lovely
Our new favorite opposite book. Love that this book uses some lesser known opposites – exposing Little N to words like opaque and transparent.
Opposites through play – lots of repetition of activities toddlers do (who by the way, love repetition)
Little N loved this one and the opposites!
An energetic book of opposites. Fun!
An early mystery book! The rhyming story goes through all different kinds of sheep – scared sheep/brave sheep, near sheep/far sheep – and periodically asks – “Where is the green sheep?” I loved this one, and so did Little N – especially the quiet ending.
Extremely interactive book about opposites. The book includes pages that can be manipulated – such as the cover – the horse can be pushed up or down. There is touch and feel and even a lift the flap. Great way to keep my busy Little N engaged.
A fun way to learn about opposites. Pages flip up to reveal the opposite. Little N liked trying to flip the pages, but I had to hold him back because the pages were not sturdy enough to withstand his very “gross” fine motor skills. Who can resist Eric Carle’s vibrant illustrations?