Essence of Position
This worksheet is designed to educate students about spatial concepts and the language used to describe them. It includes three distinct sections: the first section asks the student to identify the position of the letter ‘F’ in the alphabet and the position of their nose on their face. The second section is a drawing task where the student must draw an apple in relation to a banana and a pear according to specific spatial instructions. The third section requires the student to write a sentence about the position of a depicted character and object in a picture.
The worksheet teaches students to think about and describe the location of objects and themselves in space. In the first part, they learn to identify positional order in a sequence and on their body. The drawing task encourages them to understand and apply the concepts of ‘left of’ and ‘above’ in a visual context. Finally, by writing a sentence about the position in a provided picture, they translate their understanding of spatial concepts into descriptive language. This multifaceted approach helps students grasp the practical application of position vocabulary in various contexts.