A game-like interactive PowerPoint that explores positional language.
Here’s a fun way to practise vocabulary related to position!
This PowerPoint has been designed in the style of a quiz. Students are presented with two shelves that contain numerous objects. The students are prompted to click on a specific object, following the description of its position.
What Are Positional Words?
Positional words are those words (prepositions) we use to describe the location of an object/person in relation to another object/person, e.g. beside, near, in, behind etc.
What Positional Language Is Used in This Quiz?
- in front of
- next to
This fabulous PowerPoint is the ideal resource to set as a maths group activity. Students could either play independently or take turns in a small group.
Take a look at some of our other Positional Language resources below.
A worksheet to use when teaching younger students about positional language.
Three worksheets using positioning vocabulary.