Position the teddy (positional lang' with symbols) SEN

Position the teddy (positional lang' with symbols) SEN

Possitonal langauge worksheet for laminating or photocopying, stick teddy to correct possition. Uses little tikes chair, sandpit and slide, ideal for doing practically with dolls house toys and teddy and following up with recording activity. One has symbols one without. Big symbol cards for using in whole group or as a clearer activity.
Ibuzzybea
Positional language prompt cards

Positional language prompt cards

Early years positional language cards linked to topic of pets. Cards to be used alongside a toy cat and box. Can chidlren place the cat ‘under the box’, ‘behind the box’ etc?
katkinson27
NRICH - Turning Man

NRICH - Turning Man

Describing Positions, Turns Key Stage: 1 ★ How many times do you have to press the turn button to make the man look the same as each of the pictures. Is there more than one answers? This problem is intended to help children who are confident about turning themselves a quarter or half turn, but find it difficult to relate this to quarter or half turns in a picture or diagram. The Turning Man is a "halfway house" between these two. This resource has comprehensive teachers' notes and resources, linked from the problem page. This includes possible approaches and key questions, as well as possible support and extensions. The file attached is a HTML file, which, when opened, automatically redirects you to the problem on the NRICH website.
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NRICH - 2 Rings

NRICH - 2 Rings

Describing and Sorting Key Stage: 1 ★★ In what ways can you arrange the two circles. What words can you use to describe their positions? This problem provides a great environment in which to discuss the meaning of words related to position, for example touching, overlapping (some children have added "underlapping"), inside and outside. This resource has comprehensive teachers' notes and resources, linked from the problem page. This includes possible approaches and key questions, as well as possible support and extensions. The file attached is a HTML file, which, when opened, automatically redirects you to the problem on the NRICH website.
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NRICH - Triangle Animals

NRICH - Triangle Animals

Position and Direction Key Stage: 1 ★★ How many ways are there of joining three equilateral triangles together? What about four? There are two main reasons for using this problem in the classroom. The first is to encourage children to develop a systematic approach to solving problems. The second is to enable them to understand that rotating a shape does not change the shape itself, it just puts it in a different place (or orientation). Both these ideas can be touched upon as you introduce the problem. This resource has comprehensive teachers' notes and resources, linked from the problem page. This includes possible approaches and key questions, as well as possible support and extensions. The file attached is a HTML file, which, when opened, automatically redirects you to the problem on the NRICH website.
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