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Positional Words

Grade Levels
PreK - 1st, Homeschool
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Pages
50 pages
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Positional, Directional and Spatial Awareness Words – Comprehensive Unit for the Common Core. K.G.A1, K.P.1.1

Learning positional and directional words is an important preschool,

kindergarten and first grade skills. Follow two young children in the PowerPoint presentation as they have lively dialogues about animals they discover in nature. The conversation will help young children learn about positional and directional words.

Words Introduced: above, below, in, out, up, down, first, last, right, left, high, low, over, under, near, far, top, middle, bottom, before, after, between, next to, on top, beneath, in front of, inside, outside, on, off, start, finish, across, around and through.

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PowerPoint Presentation

Use this PowerPoint to introduce positional words to children. 28 pages.

Bulletin Board

8 full page color photos and information introducing various positional words.

Worksheets

10 worksheets reviewing basic positional words.

State and/or Common Core Standards for K [Language Arts and Geometry]

· Identify and use words that name actions, directions, positions, sequences and locations.

· Describe objects in the environment describing the relative positions of these objects using terms like above, below, beside, in front of, behind and next to.

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Copyright © Galloping Turtle Books - All Rights Reserved. The purchase of this unit, including the individual parts, is for one teacher only. Other teachers or classrooms must purchase their own individual license. All the individual elements are copyrighted and not in the public domain. Rights do not allow any publication of any parts of the work or uploading to the school website or the internet in any form.

Total Pages
50 pages
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