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The game also helps children understand the importance of word-context and is a great opportunity for them to think about how the words that they use oppose other words. This deeply 'encodes' new words as vocabulary, which will support them in their reading, writing and oral literacy skills.

‘Opposites’ includes a customized dictionary of word meanings and synonyms in a child-friendly format far easier to use than traditional paper dictionaries. This dictionary was designed and written especially for the game. Players can either learn the words before they play a new level, or, if they favor trial-and-error-based learning, they can jump right into the game and see how they do.

Each word is voiced by a male or female character to promote oral use of each word and to build confidence.
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