Hooray, hooray! Make it opposites day—use stickers and familiar pictures to teach your child opposites. Large, playful scenes with mini stories help teach low and high, long and short, and more. “Two bears are playing in the meadow. Find and place the matching stickers to complete the picture.” “Can you tell which little bear is sad and which little bear is happy? The focus is on opposites, but by matching the stickers--in the shape of things like clouds, flowers, and music notes--to the places where they are missing, toddlers and early preschoolers will also learn to recognize shapes and patterns. A picture clue—sticker icon or question mark--at the bottom of each page identifies the main activity at a glance, whether completing the scene or answering a question. With a little reading help from you, watch your little one grasp basic skills in a snap with Little Ones Opposites.