Includes the following:
-3 levels of difficulty
-Levels are color coded for ease and organization
-12 game boards (4 per level)
-120 opposite cards
-Each player takes one game board.
-Mix up the dog bones and place them face down in the dog food bowl (page 18).
-Take turns picking a bone from the food bowl.
-The student or the speech teacher reads the word out loud.
-If the student has the opposite word on his/her game board, then the bone is placed under its opposite, and the next player takes a turn.
-If the student doesn’t have the opposite word on his/her game board, then the bone is placed back in the pile, and the next player takes a turn.
-The first player to find all 10 opposite bones on their card is the winner.
Play again another way: If the player can’t match their bone to an opposite on their card, another player can “steal” their bone, if they have the matching opposite.