# Relative Positions- In Front Of, Behind, Over & Under - Lesson for Preschool, Chapter - Shapes

In this interactive and engaging lesson titled "Relative Positions - In Front Of, Behind, Over & Under," preschool students will embark on a foundational journey into the world of early logic and geometry. As part of the Shapes chapter, within the Early Logic and Geometry unit, students will engage in activities such as the "Over or Under Worksheet," "In Front or Behind Worksheet," and "Identify Relative Positions for Pre-K. " Through these thoughtfully designed exercises, young learners will develop a keen understanding of basic spatial concepts and how objects relate to one another in space.

Understanding relative positions is crucial for preschoolers as it lays the groundwork for more complex mathematical and geometric concepts. It also enhances their ability to follow directions, organize their physical world, and communicate effectively about locations. By mastering these fundamental spatial relationships, students not only improve their academic readiness but also their everyday problem-solving skills. This lesson is designed to captivate their curiosity and foster a love for learning through interactive, hands-on activities that are both fun and educational.

Estimated classroom time: 10 min
Chapter: Shapes
Unit: Early Logic and Geometry
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1st
3:00 min
Over or Under Worksheet
worksheet
2nd
3:00 min
In Front or Behind Worksheet
worksheet
3rd
4:00 min
Identify Relative Positions for Pre-K
Quiz
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• ### Activity 1 / Over or Under Worksheet

To tackle math, science, and virtually any other subject, your toddler must expand his or her vocabulary with prepositions, like the words «over» and «under». From basic communication to teaching kids steps to take when adding or subtracting, these words are critical for understanding future content. Solidify your child’s knowledge and understanding using this delightful worksheet! On the first half of the page, instruct students to trace the line that is over the pictures, while tracing the bottom line on the second half of the exercise.

• ### Activity 2 / In Front or Behind Worksheet

Continue your child’s prepositional prowess by reviewing the words «in front» and «behind»! Children need the vocabulary to describe where something is located. This knowledge will help them in their studies as well as in basic communication with others! To practice, print this free PDF worksheet to get started. Help kids view the pictures at the top of the page. In the first column, select the boxes of the images that show the butterfly in front of something. In the second column, check off the pictures that show the caterpillar behind!

• ### Activity 3 / Identify Relative Positions for Pre-K - Quiz

This quiz assesses students’ ability to determine the relative position of an object.