This is an activity to practice antonyms that works great in groups. Using some butcher paper, have your kids trace their feet and cut them out. Ask them to think of a pair of antonyms and then write one word on each foot. You then can place these on a giant paper cut-out of a foot you create. The students can see what other students thought of and they can also record them in their own antonym flip-book for easy review.
Create some fun, engaging discovery bottle toys for babies and toddlers by using recycled and everyday materials from around the house! These are cheap to make, long lasting and can easily be adapted to create exciting and intriguing sensory play experiences for little ones.