Stacker Crackers™ Opposites Game

Item # LER 4642
Ages 5+
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Product Description

What's the opposite of a dull word game? Stacker Crackers™! Compact game is fun and easy to play. Each card has a word on one side and a cheese or cracker design on the other. Pick a card, read the word, then come up with the opposite. Get it right and start stacking! Highest cracker stack wins! Grab a Stack Attack card and all your cards must be discarded! Try playing with synonyms too!

Game includes 90 word cards, 10 Stack Attack cards, and Guide printed on box.

Box measures 2.75"L x 2.75"W x 7"H.

For 2–4 players.

Grades: K+


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Super Fun Family Game!

By Shelly H. - Two Classy Chics

from PA


  • Affordable
  • Compact
  • Educational
  • fun


    Best Uses

    • Family game night

    Comments about Learning Resources Stacker Crackers™ Opposites Game:

    A really fun, affordable game for kids & families to enjoy. We love that its compact in size so it is great to take with us when we travel to occupy the kids.

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    By SLPjenna

    from Ohio

    Comments about Learning Resources Stacker Crackers™ Opposites Game:

    The game has 100 cardboard cut outs. The images are crackers and cheese. Students take turns drawing from the box. They read the word on the back of the card and name an opposite. If they get it correct, start a pile of snacks! Stack the crackers and cheese until the game is over. The child with the highest stack wins. I used this with a ton of different kids this week. Let me tell you about a few of them.

    Opposites: Well, duh. That's the obvious one!

    Articulation: I have a ton of /r/ and /s/ kids. We said "My cracker says ___. The opposite is ___."

    Pronouns: Add a picture of a boy and girl to feed the cracker to. Him/Her, She/He can be targeted.

    Irregular Verbs: "Yesterday I ATE a cracker that said ___" Yesterday I GAVE you a cracker that said ___."

    The kids were really engaged. This product was provided to me in exchange for a review on my website.

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