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Using Top and Bottom Toys Edition Opposites Activity Board Game, students practice identifying the positions top, middle, and bottom.
Knowing the differences between top, middle, and bottom is important for your students. This activity will help your students practice giving and following directions.
The goal of the game is to be the first player to get rid of all of your toys by placing them on the correct shelf (top, middle, or bottom). The oldest player rolls the die first and moves that many spaces in any direction. If the moving player has the corresponding toy in their hand, spin the ‚ÄòTop, Middle, Bottom’ spinner and place it on the correct shelf. If the moving player does not have the same toy, the player with that corresponding toy gets to spin the spinner and place the toy on the shelf. The player with the matching toy gets to roll and move next. Play continues until one player has gotten rid of all of their toys.!!
If you are using this activity, your students are probably learning about opposites.
Use this Antonym Worksheet as an additional resource to support your students.
Introduce this activity by showing students a picture of grocery shelves. Next, ask students what items are on the bottom, middle, and top shelves. Then, students complete the activity with a partner. Finally, challenge students to write their own directions for their partner.
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