With this positional word practice you have multiple possibilities: Assessment, Center Activity, Homework help, or Recess Activities. It is all completely up to you. : )
Directions: How to use the Cut out Bees and Hive Page
1. Center Idea – Laminate Hive page and cut and laminate Bees and have student manipulate the Bees by putting them where they go on the hive page. Then have the students complete any of the worksheets to reinforce their work.
2. Assessment Idea – Have the students cut and glue the bees onto the hive page with a bonus for behind if the student glues it to the backside of the page.
3. Recess Activity – Follow Center steps and use it as a recess activity.
Page 1 Directions, Ideas, and Possibilities on how to use this activity
Page 2 Assessment Page – Students use Positional Bee cut out and read and glue the Bees in the correct position
Page 3 Center/Recess Activity – Blank Hive Page with Positional Word Bees cut out and laminated. Students place the bees in the correct position. Then they can complete worksheet or mix them up and do it again depending on the activity.
Page 4 Positional Word Bees – Cut outs with extra/alternative positional words
Page 5 and 6 Worksheets Pg 5 Students write the positional words. Pg 6 Student cut out positional words and label the Bees
Describe objects in the environment using names of shapes, and describe the relative positions of these objects using terms such as above, below, beside, in front of, behind, and next to.