Some or all of these worksheets should be completed in the main part of the lesson.
|1||Where is it? - with a word bank||Use the work bank of positional language to complete the sentence about the picture.|
|2||Where is it? - without a word bank||As above, but without the word bank.|
|3||Design a room||Using the empty room and the cut-out objects, position the objects in the room and then write a number of sentences using positional language to describe where the objects are.|
|4||Make a route||Using the map, answer a variety of questions about the position of the features of the map. Using the road map, describe a journey that a character may take to get somewhere, using the number of squares, left, right, up or down.|
|5||Describe the room||Using the picture of the room, answer a variety of questions about the position of objects in it.|
- Describe objects inside or outside the class in relation to other objects. The pupils should use the correct positional language for this.
- Describe your route to school.
- Describe the route from the classroom to another place in the school building and see if other pupils can guess where they are being lead.
Worksheet 1 - Where is it? - with a word bank
Worksheet 2 - Where is it? - without a word bank
Worksheet 3 - Design a room
Worksheet 4 - Make a route
Worksheet 5 - Describe the room