This game is designed as practice for children working on learning opposites. Show your students one picture on the folder and help him find the correct answer based on the level each student is working at. Start with the easiest level and work your way harder once your student is successful with that.
Level 1 (easiest): Show your student two possible answers and have him pick the right one and place it next to the question.
Level 2: Show your student three or four possible answers and have him pick the right one.
Level 3: Ask your student the question (What is the opposite of hot?) and allow her to see the picture (from the question) but do not show her any of the possible answers. See if she can come up with it on her own. When she does, hand her the answer and let her Velcro it on.
Level 4 (hardest): Ask your student the question without using any visuals (put the folder away). Do this during conversation/play or while playing a structured game (have your child answer
a question before each turn).
This game can also be used to work on descriptors ("show me something that is hot" or "how does this feel?") and following directions.