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A Full Review for "Opposite Ocean" - which is FREE!

Who doesn't love an antonym??? Come on! I do love the iPad more than I love antonyms though, which is why the marriage of antonyms and iPads is tonight's App post.
"Opposite Ocean" is made by NRCC games and is FREE, FREE, FREE! This app is a steal, and will have your language clients wanting to do work with vocabulary and antonyms.

This app works well for any level because it has settings so that YOU control which words are presented. You can let the student choose be Leo or Luna, and whether or not they want a time limit.



The best part about this app are the questions! A ginormous whale swims in with the sentence on it's side. The child reads the sentence aloud and then chooses which word is the opposite. They then drag the word into the Oyster. If correct, a pearl comes flying out and they receive "10 cents" in the game. After four correct answers a mermaid swims out with a surprise!


So check this one out! It's free, it's fun, and it's language-oriented!

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