Basket of Apples
This worksheet includes two images of apples, one set displayed inside a basket and the other scattered outside the basket. The instructions ask the students to color the apples that are inside the basket red and those that are outside the basket green. Additionally, there are boxes provided where students are prompted to write the word ‘inside’ corresponding to the apples in the basket and ‘outside’ for the apples not in the basket. The activity combines coloring and writing to reinforce the concepts of ‘inside’ and ‘outside.’
The worksheet is designed to teach students the difference between items located ‘inside’ and ‘outside’ of a container. By coloring the apples different colors based on their position, children can visually distinguish between the two spatial concepts. Writing the words ‘inside’ and ‘outside’ in the boxes next to the respective images helps solidify the vocabulary associated with these prepositions. This exercise also supports fine motor skills through the actions of coloring within lines and writing letters.