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Positional Language Worksheet – The Kitchen

Teach Starter Publishing
PDF | 2 pages | Years: F

A kitchen-themed worksheet to use when teaching younger students about positional language.

Use this cut and paste worksheet to help develop your students’ knowledge and understanding of positional language.

This activity focuses on a kitchen scene and the things that belong in it. Using the positional instructions provided, students must paste the pictures in the correct place on the scene.

Alternatively, you may like to enlarge the resource and complete this task as a whole class activity.

The positional vocabulary used in this teaching resource includes:

  • on
  • above
  • between
  • next to
  • near
  • below

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  • Wendy Goodwin
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    Could you make a black and white version as well please?

    • Emma (Teach Starter)
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      Hi Wendy, No problem! Our designers are on to it. We will send you an update when they have been uploaded to the resource. If you have any further questions or comments please let us know. Kind regards, Emma.