Teaching opposites can sometimes be hard. Your child may not understand what exactly an opposite is. Push, Pull, Empty, Full is another book from our Timberdoodle curriculum. Each spread in the book will focus on one pair of opposites at a time and the child gets to complete the pictures to make the opposites true. There is a lot of drawing and coloring in this book which I like because it keeps our daughter engaged and wanting to do more.
The pictures are draw like in the book Happy, Sad, Feeling Glad. Our daughter really enjoys that workbook so I knew she would be fond of this one as well. I would say the only downside to this activity book is that it only goes over each pair of opposites once but it does allow you to have a side conversation with your kiddo about the material. I often have our daughter go look around the house for something that relates to the opposites we’re going over. I feel it reiterates what we’re learning and she gets excited to go on a scavenger hunt. I would recommend this book especially if your young learner likes to draw and color.