Positional Word Worksheets To Print:
Above | Middle | Below - We cover all three in these across a series of columns. Teach students what a column is first. Also make sure that they understand the directions on this worksheet.
Left and Right - Let's see where all the Xs go. Just follow the directions on this worksheet.
Before and After - This is almost a following directions activity. You will need access to the colors blue, orange, pink, and brown.
Between - This isn't as easy as it looks, at first glance. You will need to know what a square, heart, triangle, and circle are.
IN and OUT - A box, nest, and basket is what you have to work with. Look at each picture. Write in or out.
Left or Right? - Write whether the duck is to the left or the right of the shape. That red square really got away from him.
Waiting in Line - Circle the correct response after you see who is in line. It is a line of just three being which includes an alien, frog, and caterpillar. Which are mixed all over the place.
The Great Ape - Each ape gets something different done to him or around him. You will be the one drawing what is asked for.
Where's the Ball? - Circle the word that describes the position of the ball relative to the people. They look like a brother-sister duo.
Silly Monkey! - You'll need scissors and glue for this monkey-see, monkey-do activity. This is all about following the directions that are set out for you.
Go Fish! - Lots of yellow fish are up in here. Do not let their brightness scare you away. There are some other colors in there too.
Where is Smiley? - Circle the correct answer. Lots of happy faces. Describe where they are in all of this.
Where is the Cat? - What is the position of the ball and cat relative to one another in each of these different set ups.
Over, Under! - Look at each picture. Complete each sentence with over or under based on the pictures that are located above the sentences.