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31 Position Words

31 Position Words

  • Children use their body to represent the different positions - great with a partner.

  • Make up an obstacle course and place the cards next to the appropriate activity / action / position.

  • Use these words to make a talking picture.  You describe the picture - the children draw as your describe - take note of these words - could also write a description of a picture using these words and the children have to read and draw.

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Theme Words

Position Words List

around upside down through between top
bottom above below up down
outside inside in out front
behind over under on off
next to beside left right beginning
middle end near far start
finish
PLUS SPARE CARDS TO WRITE YOUR OWN WORDS
Ideas for Use

Position Words - Suggestions for Use


  • Ideal to print any size on to card and laminate - great for general wall display and writing reference.

  • Brainstorm other 'position' words with your children and add these to the blank position cards.

  • Use as an aide for teaching opposites - children match the opposite words.

  • Children use their body to represent the different positions - great with a partner.

  • Make up an obstacle course and place the cards next to the appropriate activity / action / position.

  • Use these words to make a talking picture.  You describe the picture - the children draw as your describe - take note of these words - could also write a description of a picture using these words and the children have to read and draw.

  • Older children can do the above in pairs - each describing their pictures to the other using voice or written.

  • And of course - don't forget all the wonderful ideas you can use from the 101 Ways to Use Word Cards document.

     

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Mother Goose (26-02-2013)

It is nice and well done.


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