Where Is It
This worksheet contains a set of images and statements that depict different characters either inside or outside of various objects, such as a cage, a car, and a house. Students are instructed to look at the pictures and draw a circle around the image that correctly matches the statement given. For example, one statement says “The monkey is inside his cage,” and students must identify and circle the correct image of a monkey either inside or outside a cage. At the bottom of the worksheet, students are prompted to draw a ball inside a box and a cat outside the box to demonstrate their understanding of the concepts.
The worksheet is designed to teach students the concepts of ‘inside’ and ‘outside,’ enhancing their comprehension of basic prepositions and spatial awareness. By evaluating the relationship between the characters and their surroundings, students learn to associate the correct prepositional phrases with the depicted scenarios. The task also develops critical thinking as students must analyze each situation to determine the correct answer. Additionally, the drawing exercise at the end allows students to apply their understanding of the concepts creatively.