This worksheet is created to help students practice positional words by identifying the location of objects in relation to each other. The worksheet features a series of images where students must decide where one item is positioned in relation to others. For example, one image shows a fork and a tree, and the student must answer where the fork is in relation to the tree. Each question has a line next to it for the student to write their answer, and the images serve as visual cues to support their decision-making.
The worksheet teaches students to use and understand positional vocabulary such as ‘in front of’, ‘behind’, and ‘between’. It encourages students to observe visual information and articulate the position of items by writing their answers on the lines provided. This exercise helps to develop spatial reasoning and descriptive language skills, which are essential for following and giving directions. The task also enhances the student’s ability to communicate effectively about the location of objects in their environment.