To help your students expand their vocabulary, you might want to have a little fun with some opposite games. The opposite games below include a variety of matching cards, those with words only, with pictures only, and hybrid cards with both words and pictures. Playing these virtual opposite games will help your students develop their understanding of opposites, and enhance their vocabulary.
The opposite games include a variety of different options for young learners who are just starting to figure out that day and night, up and down, and left and right are all opposites. Education.com developed these opposite games to incorporate classic card games into both independent and group play activities. To help your students develop their understanding of opposites, give them a chance to explore the concept of opposites through familiar objects and conditions. Your students will love working with these word-only, picture-only, and both picture and word opposite games. Seeing the pictures in these opposite games, whether of happy and sad faces, or night and day, will soon give your students a new understanding of opposites.