House, Canoe, Bowl
This worksheet is a learning activity designed to help children understand the concepts of ‘inside’ and ‘outside.’ It presents two scenarios: a house and a fishbowl, each with corresponding figures. Children are instructed to circle figures that are inside the house or fishbowl and place an ‘X’ on those that are outside. The figures include a girl and a boy in relation to the house, and fish in relation to the fishbowl, with each figure placed either inside or outside these containers.
The worksheet is aimed at teaching spatial awareness by differentiating between objects located inside and outside of a container or structure. It encourages children to recognize the positioning of objects in relation to others. The task helps to develop observational skills and the ability to follow instructions by identifying which figures should be circled and which should be crossed out. Additionally, the worksheet supports cognitive development in young learners by reinforcing the understanding of prepositions and their practical application.