Position, direction and movement
Help pupils tell left from right with these resources.
Animals in position
Pupils can practise positional language by drawing animals in different poses.
2D shape scheme of work
Pupils should understand positions and directions after this four-day unit of work.
Identify pirates' positions in this swashbuckling activity.
Where is Dave?
Pupils complete the sentences using positional vocabulary.
Ducks, ducks and more ducks
Get pupils cutting out and pasting pictures of ducks to show that they understand positional language.
Toys: left and right
A chart with popular toys and characters, which children can use to practise identifying left and right.
Shapes: position game
Shapes in a grid - ask children to describe their positions.
A set of 10 labels with position words and picture examples.
A practical outdoor activity using compass points to locate activity stations.
Coordinates Treasure Map
A simple treasure map activity.
For these resources and more, check out the TES Maths: Position, Direction and Movement collection. bit.lyPrimaryPositions.